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A car alarm is a smart choice for any car owner who has invested time and money into their vehicle. An alarm will sound when any unauthorized entry into the vehicle is attempted. The loud signal of the alarm alerts the owner or other bystanders in the area, frightening the thief into running away. Car alarms are available from factory in most vehicles made within the last few years. They are also easily installed into older vehicles that were not originally equipped with an alarm and does not have to be an expensive purchase. They can be installed professionally or at-home, depending on the wiring knowledge of the owner.

Car alarms come with a key fab that attaches onto a key ring along with the regular car keys. A lot of modern car alarm models include a miniature screen on the key fab that will give visuals of the vehicle’s status. Depending on the different luxuries of the car, some car alarms include features within the key that allow control of various aspects of the vehicle such as the headlights if the headlights are capable of pivoting. Some devices will allow the truck to be opened with the key fab or will alert the owner if the vehicle has been jostled or moved.

A key fab from a car alarm can also act as a device or keyless entry into the vehicle. This can be especially helpful if the keys are prone to becoming lost or locked in the vehicle. Additionally, many car alarms are equipped with a kill switch that will turn off the vehicle’s engine if necessary and a valet service option that turns the alarm off completely.

Many car alarms can also now be synced to a cell phone or phone number and send messages about the vehicle’s status to the owner’s device. There are also cell phone applications that are connected to the car alarm and can transform the owner’s device into a remote control.

If you are looking for car alarms for sale, please call us at 574-288-CARS (2277). We offer price match guarantee and can get parts within 24 hours. We are proud to serve the communities of South Bend, IN, Mishawaka, IN, Elkhart, IN, Goshen, IN, Granger, IN, and Niles, MI.

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