We have an alarm but probably more a placebo than anything....
However each time I get insurance quotes the companies are more concerned with having a tracking device
The only bit I don't get is that is AFTER the horse has bolted
I agre with MikeD........ anything that makes yours MORE hassle than the next van is OK
I have a tracker locate which is a monitored version that I pay a yearly subscription for do you think these blockers apply in my caseWould not be without.. and I always go for the best out there.. Eddie Van Bits does a really good one backed up by a top notch service.
It might not be cheap but what price peace of mind ? ( and it will reduce your insurance.. not by much but every little helps )
And it is REAL easy to buy tracker blockers nowadays.. Will not post details or where from for obvious reasons but I will say you can get them for under £20.00
You've not heard the the alarms from Eddie van bitz then. Can't fail to take notice and no false alarms. Helps me sleep at night anyway. Worth every pennywaste of money IMO no one take any notice of a sounding alarm, just looked at as an annoyance. If not an insurance company stipulation why bother. As long as you have a Cat 1 immobiliser. cheap sleep safe window alarms and a safe does me. + £3 Scorpion alarm stickers on window from ebay
I agree with many off the comments on here....we do not have an alarm fitted but do use window alarms with flashing leds ( cheap on fleabay ). One thing We do on occasion ( depending on where we are, if you know what I mean ) is we fit a webbing ratchet strap fastened between the two front doors....then no one can get in either door and if anyone is close enough to look in then it is a visual deterrent .....Mike and Les
Yes, I am afraid so..I have a tracker locate which is a monitored version that I pay a yearly subscription for do you think these blockers apply in my case