Mobile Security

Since our humble beginnings we’ve offered the latest in car security systems (car alarms). There is a wide spectrum of different models and brands you can choose from, but they all generally fall under these five categories:

1. Basic Alarms

Now when I say basic I don’t mean cheap or featureless. Basic alarms can be high quality products made by a top company such as DEI. Actually, a basic alarm might be all that you need. They come with two remotes, a shock sensor to detect break-ins, ignition kill, power door locks (only if your car has them. If not we can add them to each door), and parking lights flash (so that your parking lights go bizzerk when the alarm goes off). These alarms suit most people and can usually last 10 to 15 years.

2. Pager Alarms

Pager alarms are virtually basic alarms that come with the added benefit of a pager remote. This means you’ll be notified any time your alarm goes off… as long as you’re a ¼mile away from the car (some can go up to a mile… even thousands of miles! But more on that in a moment). All pager alarms come with one pager remote and a second basic remote.

3. Remote Start Alarms

These alarms allow you to start your car with the push of a button. Most of them are also pager alarms that come with a second non-pager remote. The coolest part is you can start your car from a mile away—and be notified of a break-in from the same distance.

4. Factory Alarm Integration

Sometimes you don’t want to add any extra remotes to your key chain. Well, factory integrated alarms make that possible. They’re basic alarms that couple with your factory system, and allow you to operate them with your factory remote. Many times the factory remote is your key, meaning all that you’ll need to activate the alarm is your car key.

5. Smart Start System

If you’re worried about something happening to your car when you’re away on vacation, this system could be what you need. Actually, it’s not really an alarm but rather a piece you add to your Smartphone to give it full control of the alarm. You can be anywhere in the world and use your phone to lock and unlock your car, be notified of a break-in, and start your car. These alarms already come with many functions and features to protect your car. However, there are a few extra features you can add to give your alarm more security and functionality.

Also, can be alarm add-ons...

1. Audio Sensor

This additional sensor is great for warding off more professional thieves. It detect subtle impacts to your car that the alarms shock sensor won’t pick up. So if someone were to cut the window with a diamond or shatter it with an electric shock, the alarm would go off.

2. Tilt Sensors

If you have some stylish rims on your car and you want them protected, this is a must! The tilt sensor detects your car being lifted or raised. Unfortunately an alarms regular shock sensor won’t detect this kind of movement, so consider this useful sensor if you do have nice rims.

3. Power Door Locks

If your car isn’t equipped with power door locks, we can add them to each individual door. This allows you to lock and unlock your doors with the push of a button (a relief from having to disarm the alarm and then manually unlocking your doors).

4. Window Rollup

Imagine parking your car and walking away with the windows still down. You’re not worried because as you leave you hit the button on your remote and… voila! You’re windows are up. Now, this won’t prevent a break-in to your car… but it certainly will provide a spectacle for your friends when you roll up to the party.