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Old 17 Jun 2006, 02:44 pm
Cheech
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Default Best anti-theft device for Honda Accord LX

There haas been recent car thefts in my area and I need something to
insure my car will be here in the morning when I go to bed at night.
You guys have any recommendations for anti-theft devices/systems that
really work? Thanks for the help in advance.

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Old 17 Jun 2006, 05:19 pm
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Cheech wrote:
> There haas been recent car thefts in my area and I need something to
> insure my car will be here in the morning when I go to bed at night.
> You guys have any recommendations for anti-theft devices/systems that
> really work? Thanks for the help in advance.
>

if you can't move to a better neighborhood or get the local cops to show
occasionally, the next best thing is deployment of a garage and
rottweiler. make sure the rottweiler's chain is sufficiently long for
it to be free to fully embed it's teeth deep into the flesh of the
would-be thief. also, eventually, allow the thief to [just] escape so
they can tell all their cracker buddies which car to avoid next time.
an insurance policy such as those offered by companies like smith &
wesson have some advantages too.

further research areas include figuring out the theft method. if cars
are being winched onto the back of a truck, there's not much you can do
short of the above. if however they're being hot-wired, use of a secret
disabler switch works wonders. google this group for plenty of ideas in
that department. all you need to do is make the car hard to steal
quickly. if it takes too long, the risk starts getting too high and
they're out of there.
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Old 20 Jun 2006, 04:42 pm
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Default Re: Best anti-theft device for Honda Accord LX

A cracked windshield, whiskey mark on the door, and general trashy
interior seems to work for me )

Todd K.

Cheech wrote:
> There haas been recent car thefts in my area and I need something to
> insure my car will be here in the morning when I go to bed at night.
> You guys have any recommendations for anti-theft devices/systems that
> really work? Thanks for the help in advance.


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Old 21 Jun 2006, 01:14 am
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Default Re: Best anti-theft device for Honda Accord LX

In article <1150836154.505068.81870@c74g2000cwc.googlegroups. com>,
"Todd K." <toddk63@yahoo.com> wrote:

> A cracked windshield, whiskey mark on the door, and general trashy
> interior seems to work for me )
>
> Todd K.
>
> Cheech wrote:
> > There haas been recent car thefts in my area and I need something to
> > insure my car will be here in the morning when I go to bed at night.
> > You guys have any recommendations for anti-theft devices/systems that
> > really work? Thanks for the help in advance.


Crackheads will steal any stupid crap. I once had $20 Radio Shack
mini-subs drivers stolen. Calculate the depreciation for the gobs of
silicone glue and decaying surrounds and you're looking at maybe $6.50
total.

I swear I never had to tailgate anybody for the week when my windshield
was cracked. There's a whole different use for the psycho look.
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Old 03 Jul 2006, 12:20 am
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Cheech wrote:
> There haas been recent car thefts in my area and I need something to
> insure my car will be here in the morning when I go to bed at night.
> You guys have any recommendations for anti-theft devices/systems that
> really work? Thanks for the help in advance.


I have a a shift lock made by Mult-T-Lock. It takes a second to put on
and it quickly becomes a habit that you do without thinking. They are
expensive but mine has been in use for 10 years/190,000 miles.

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Old 03 Jul 2006, 02:31 am
Ron
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Cheech wrote:
>There haas been recent car thefts in my
> area and I need something to insure my
> car will be here in the morning when I
> go to bed at night. You guys have any
> recommendations for anti-theft
> devices/systems that really work?
> Thanks for the help in advance.


"The Club"

Had my 95 Accord stolen once and the cop suggest "The Club". Said he has
never seen one stolen that was using one.

I think I paid $20 for it. Best $20 I've ever spent. I use it EVERY time
I park my car now.

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Old 04 Jul 2006, 12:35 am
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Todd K. wrote:
> A cracked windshield, whiskey mark on the door, and general trashy
> interior seems to work for me )


"Whiskey mark"?
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