Re: Simple security measures
- From: "Ciaran" <ciaran@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 10:57:59 +0000
I don't know if they have them in Europe (don't see any reason why theyIs it worth taking the very simple measure of removing the blade fuses, orEven if the thief has the nouse to guess what you have done he is not going
at least some of them?
Waste of time?
to spend too long hanging about to search for the wires. Also a good
strong mechanical steering wheel/gear lever lock. That will cost you more
but not as much as a sophisticated but less effective electronic device
that sounds an alarm that you wont hear several miles away up a mountain.
wouldn't), but we have pedal locks (they lock one of the pedals in place).
The steering wheel locks take about thirty seconds to bypass. Any security
device is only as strong as its weakest element. For a steering wheel lock,
that's the mostly plastic steering wheel. For the pedal lock, it's braced
between structural elements, so the weak point is the floorboard.
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