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    No lock will save you in some places up north as the pro there use towing to tow away your car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yqt View Post
    No lock will save you in some places up north as the pro there use towing to tow away your car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yqt View Post
    No lock will save you in some places up north as the pro there use towing to tow away your car.
    Why towing? The security systems in cars have so many built in flaws which are documented and discussed in some darker regions of the Internet that towing is really not necessary. A possible scenario then is:
    - Capturing the door lock signal from remote keys (People are really happily doing this across the entire car park to make the car 'beep' for easier finding. Making it also easy for anybody else to capture, record - and use the signal.)
    - Once door is open without alarm, the service plugs inside car are used to connect to the onboard electronics, unlocking all security features. Many cars are not specifically secured there, or have only default passwords.
    Driving away has never been easier. There are certainly more ways to get the same result. Just because there's some electronics now does not mean that the car is safer. On the contrary, there are just new and more possible attack vectors.
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    Install gps tracking in the car. Almost fool proof system

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    Install gps tracking in the car. Almost fool proof system
    Until they decide to steal away your GPS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmoon View Post
    P{ark head in first in MY.
    Won't work as 1/2 the places or more are side parking or parking under the trees/beside the road. Anyway, you can save them the trouble. Remove your 4 doors and tyres to deter them Once they see your car, they may move on to the next one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justme77 View Post

    Until they decide to steal away your GPS?
    No way they will know where the GPS is hidden. It's meant to be hidden anywhere under or in the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    No way they will know where the GPS is hidden. It's meant to be hidden anywhere under or in the car
    Under the car ceiling? Inside any metal compartment? Good luck. Beside this: how will the signal be transmitted to you? Especially after the main battery has been removed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    Install gps tracking in the car. Almost fool proof system
    If someone invents an idiot proof system, somebody else will invent a better idiot. Recent example: the lady from MY at Woodlands Checkpoint
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    The knight rider car, best system that $ can buy, haha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justme77 View Post
    Won't work as 1/2 the places or more are side parking or parking under the trees/beside the road. Anyway, you can save them the trouble. Remove your 4 doors and tyres to deter them Once they see your car, they may move on to the next one.
    Maybe just take out the steering wheel??
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    http://forum.autoworld.com.my/index....owtopic=103421

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    my vehicle very lock **** looking. best defence. camouflage
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    Under the car ceiling? Inside any metal compartment? Good luck. Beside this: how will the signal be transmitted to you? Especially after the main battery has been removed.
    U r quite ignorant....

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    Have you actually read the descriptions? Have you understood what I wrote? Obviously not because you don't understand under which conditions GPS does not work and that mobile phone signals have limits as well.
    .. but calling people ignorant? Good one.
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    Dont quarrel la. Cny ard corner. Gong xi fa cai! Huat ah!
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