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4 Smart Strategies to Prevent Car Theft

05/02/2019

Investing in a luxury vehicle can bring you a lot of enjoyment. This is a great investment opportunity, but you’re taking on a big risk when you own something that is high-end. Theft is a real concern that you should think about. These days, there are a number of different products and methods that you can use in order to prevent luxury vehicle theft. Some methods can be installed directly into your vehicle. Other add-on products can be installed yourself and used when need be. Here are four strategies that you can use to prevent luxury car theft.

Pay Attention to Where You Are Parking

Whether you are parking your vehicle at home or at your place of employment, pay attention to the spot that you pick. The area that you choose should be well lit, visible to people passing by, and preferably monitored by security. If you’re at home, attempt to keep your vehicle locked in your garage each night. If you don’t have a garage, keep outdoor lights on.

Motion-Activated Cameras

Live video monitoring surveillance systems only come online when they detect a potential threat. This prevents you from having to utilize ongoing footage. There is even technology that will alert you via smartphone when there is something going on. You can remotely determine if you need to call law enforcement. These cameras can be used within your vehicle, but you can also place them on your home. Use them in a spot that will provide you with a very clear view. Using multiple cameras will give you multiple angles to look at.

Keep Your Vehicle Locked

When you leave your vehicle, you should always lock the doors and keep the keys on you. Even if you are hopping out for a couple of seconds to mail a letter, turn your vehicle off and take your keys to the mailbox. Don’t give a thief even a second to steal your ride.

Don’t Leave Personal Items in a Visible Location

When you park your vehicle, make sure you don’t leave anything on the seat or within view from the window. If you have belongings of value in sight, this will motivate a thief to break into your vehicle.

If you’ve taken the leap and invested in a luxury car, be prepared to take the steps necessary to protect your vehicle. The car you’ve chosen could very well be a target for people who aren’t so honest. It won’t cost you a ton of money to get some additional safety measures in place. It won’t take that much time either. You just have to be diligent to make sure you always have these things in use.

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