Curse That Alarm

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  1. Larrynwin

    Larrynwin Funster

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    On site at Willingham, Cambs., drive in toad to Huntingdon for the wife to shop, phone call from home, site rang, RV alarm going off. Bugger, now got to drive all the way back. Roof vent slightly open sets off internal sensor.
    Do you always set your alarm ??
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    No,, not on site for that reason,,

    If I set it and went away,, you can bet if one goes off it is mine.. :Doh:
     
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    Always try to avoid setting alarm on all our vehicles, not possible on some, but they are among the silliest of inventions ever as no one takes a blind bit of notice of them apart from neighbours who are driven mad by them..
     
  4. Larrynwin

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    Murphy's law eh ::bigsmile:
     
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    Be very careful about not setting alarms as you all know how easy it is for insurance companies not to pay out. Your insurance quote is based on what protection is fitted to your vehicle, and if you don't have it switched on they'll take a dim view. Don't give them the excuse they are looking for!!!!!
    Adrian.
     
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