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Old 06-13-2003, 05:15   #1 (permalink)
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Car Alarms - Whats the best

I am in the market for a car alarm since i had 2 kids try and break into my car with half a brick. They had a few throws, and still didnt get in. They are lucky i didnt catch them!!!!


Anyways, i am just interested to see if anyone else has a car alarm, and their thoughts.

I already have the standard Remote Central locking and Imobiliser.
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Old 06-13-2003, 05:34   #2 (permalink)
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Seriously get the best you can afford. I dont worry that much about an alarm since theres not a lot of people who are theives in rural Vic. If I lived in a residential area then yeah
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i decided to go the expensive option. all the options. i spose what do u want to protect most? theft of the car? head unit? CDs? sunnies? I paid $680 for my alarm ($80 was for auto front window closers). I havn't looked back either. Its gone off a few times when poeple (or animals) walk near the windows and wheels. I can live with that.
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I suppose i want all round protection, if someone hits the car, i want the alarm to go off.
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Old 06-13-2003, 23:58   #5 (permalink)
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Yeah, I am waiting to get my tax back and then i am going out to buy me an alarm too. And i am definelty going to invest in a good one. I have checked out a few web site, but carnt tell you about any experiences, i reckon i might go a vision alarm, but will look into it more when i actually have got the $$. I like the sound of the ones with pagers (a little piece of mind i think) but i don't think i'll go that far ($$ pending)

try http://www.visionalarms.com.au/ for the vision web site
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shock sensors take care of that, although my shock sensor was really sensitive in the front but not in the back - so i got another one installed in the back.
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Talk to your insurance company, as they may offer discounts with particular alarms. Then find the best of the bunch on offer that suits your needs.
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i have a rhino alarm with the lot and i think its good
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I've got a Cyclops P185 alarm on mine. Good value that also surpasses Aus Standards and regulations. Heaps of additional options too.
definitely worth a look!
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Try Brant Car Alarms.
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