Recommend any good spots to put a kill switch... What are you guys using as far as anti theft devices go?
So when the thief gets in the van to steal it, the doors lock before he drives off preventing you from dragging him out of the driver's seat?Some years ago there was a product designed for delivery vans that tapped into the hydraulic brake system, whereby you could leave the vehicle running with doors/windows open. As soon as the brakes were applied they would lock.
No, the brakes lock, but it would be cool if the doors locked as well so the thief would be locked in until the cops get there.So when the thief gets in the van to steal it, the doors lock before he drives off preventing you from dragging him out of the driver's seat?
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Are these active RFID systems still available ? I seen one from masterlock a few years ago, but once a started looking to find one I could not find it again.I have an Active RFID system.
It's hidden. You carry the "chip" on your key ring.
When you turn the Jeep key to ACC the unit checks if the chip is within range (configurable 5 to 400 feet), and if yes, a relay closes and the Jeep can start.
If the chip is NOT within range the relay does not close and some vital circuit is cut, preventing the Jeep from starting.
You dont have to play with it everytime you get in or out of the Jeep (contrary to Ravelco which you must never forget or then there is no use having it).
Ravelco is 1980's technology. Mine is 2010.
It's like a hidden switch but there is no switch...