Stoplock Compact Steering Wheel Lock Yellow/Black was £32.99 now £16.49 @ sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Fitted in seconds, this compact wheel immobiliser is lighter than most other versions and can be applied to any vehicle.

At 530mm in length, it can be easily stored when not in use, and it's supplied with two, multi-combination keys and extra cushioning pads so you can get it to fit your wheel exactly. Help protect your vehicle, quickly and simply.

Comes with a 1 year manufacturer's guarantee
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not bad if you own a pre 1998 car, but for the modern cars they seem an obsolete item due to the sophisticated immoblisers and anti- drill locks etc.....staying mutual

Edited By: Rupz on Feb 07, 2011 12:50
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Rupz
not bad if you own a pre 1998 car, but for the modern cars they seem an obsolete item due to the sophisticated immoblisers and anti- drill locks etc.....staying mutual

if you look at police statistics many cars are being stolen everyday with or without sophisticated immoblisers also this acts as a visual deterent so as car theives wont cause any damage i.e trying to steal a car
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Rupz
not bad if you own a pre 1998 car, but for the modern cars they seem an obsolete item due to the sophisticated immoblisers and anti- drill locks etc.....staying mutual
if you look at police statistics many cars are being stolen everyday with or without sophisticated immoblisers also this acts as a visual deterent so as car theives wont cause any damage i.e trying to steal a car

Granted cars are stolen everyday , but those stolen through actual break ins accounf for only 14% (see link). The majority are taken through stolen keys and keys being left in the ignition, therefore the thief would have the key to the stoplock in any case. My argument is not that it is an unnecessary product, I was trying to say this is not necessary for the more modern cars.

http://www.car-theft.org/theft-methods/

http://www.car-theft.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/CarTheft-Statistics.gif

Edited By: Rupz on Feb 07, 2011 13:12
#4
good price and... interesting statistics... looking like nicking the car is the "bonus" for a burglar.

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