Yeh, I am seriously considering the Alarm system, but money has been diverted to other areas of the car. I suppose $100 for a car alarm- immobiliser? would save me money on replacing the friggin locks. Still if they are forcing the lock, the alarm wouldn't trigger till after they stuffed the lock and opened the door. I have stickers on the car saying that the head unit is useless without the keycard- (its a Blaupunkt), but they still tried.
The amount of stuff that I have to carry from the car would require two trips so that would be a pain in the arse. I put the club lock on if I am in the city or over at the misses' but this was parked outside of my place in a small deadend court.
When I had the car stolen the first time the tow truck driver asked what they did it with. I replied a screwdriver and he remarked that a dipstick would have worked just as well to get in. I couldn't believe how easy it is.
Later model cars are fitted standard immobilisers so stealing the car is difficult, but breaking in is as simple as breaking a window.
I have something to say, its better to burn-out, than to fade away