Stoplock HG 149-00 Steering Wheel Lock Pro - Black £39.99 @ Amazon Free Delivery
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Stoplock HG 149-00 Steering Wheel Lock Pro - Black £39.99 @ Amazon Free Delivery

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Found 17th Apr
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Stoplock Professional is a robust physical and visual deterrent to car thieves, significantly reducing the likelihood of your vehicle being broken into or stolen. It continues to receive approval - category 3 - by Thatcham Research, an independent body which assesses vehicle security systems for the car insurance industry.

It fits quickly and easily to your steering wheel, locking the wheel in place and making your vehicle exceptionally difficult to drive away. It is also easily removed when you want to start your journey; keys are provided.

It has been around for 20 years now, is ’fully attack-tested’, has a 10-year guarantee, up to 10,000 key combinations, and is suitable for most vehicles…SAX

  • Protect your vehicle with this robust physical and visual deterrent to car thieves
  • 100% effective in Police tests
  • Has the reassurance of a Thatcham Category 3 'attack approval' rating
  • 10,000 key combinations
  • Easy to fit in seconds and fits most vehicles
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Steering locks or ghost immobilisers are the only thing that stops keyless cars getting stolen. If you don't think car crime is an issue in the UK then you are either living in a hole or don't drive a remotely desirable car.
Disk lock is better that this though.
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Negative reviews about key snapping in barrel.
If you're serious about using a steering lock as a visual deterrent then there's only one to get - Disklok. Everything else is a waste of money. Plus, this Stoplock Pro won't fit certain types of vehicles.. (it didn't fit on my BMW).
Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue in this country. Plus insurance is mandatory anyway.
666FU1 h, 17 m ago

Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue …Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue in this country. Plus insurance is mandatory anyway.


I think car crime level really depends on the area.
And from my understanding only 3rd party insurance is mandatory, anything else (that covers your car, including theft/fire/damage) is still optional and you have to pay extra for it.
Or we live in different UKs?
Steering locks or ghost immobilisers are the only thing that stops keyless cars getting stolen. If you don't think car crime is an issue in the UK then you are either living in a hole or don't drive a remotely desirable car.
Disk lock is better that this though.
Id say as a deterrent this is seems more practical than having a disklok bashing round the car . At least these can slide down the side of seats when not in use. Im going to get one for my wheels.
jwlanky34 m ago

Id say as a deterrent this is seems more practical than having a disklok …Id say as a deterrent this is seems more practical than having a disklok bashing round the car . At least these can slide down the side of seats when not in use. Im going to get one for my wheels.


Not much of a deterant if thieves know these break easily or you have to call out someone to cut your steering wheel off because the key has snapped in barrel!
666FU3 h, 31 m ago

Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue …Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue in this country. Plus insurance is mandatory anyway.


Can you tell me how I can get entry into your world...it’s certainly not the real world
666FU4 h, 3 m ago

Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue …Why would anyone need or want one in the UK? Car crime is hardly an issue in this country. Plus insurance is mandatory anyway.



I suppose it depends on what you drive. Ive seen alot of the RS6, RS3, S3s on the forum im on go missing
I have one on my car and the key has never broken in it. The way I see it, if a thief wants to steal your car and there are 2 identical cars, one with a lock and one without a lock, obviously they are going to go for the easier target. My sisters Fiesta was stolen a month ago so your car doesn't have to be top of the range.
Vehicle theft is on the rise in the UK. See here:
telegraph.co.uk/new…es/

Fiestas are a particular target at the moment:
express.co.uk/lif…-UK

I use a Stoplock Pro for deterrent purposes (I know that if someone really wants to steal my car, they will). Never had a problem with key snapping in the lock. Also, fits my Rangie no problem.
Brought one of these a year ago for my focus st as my fiesta st had been robbed the year before and any keyless ford's are an easy target for thieves, never had trouble with the key and hope that having it will make the thieves just move on at the sight of it
Edited by: "jg1977" 17th Apr
AhmadK12 h, 35 m ago

I think car crime level really depends on the area.And from my …I think car crime level really depends on the area.And from my understanding only 3rd party insurance is mandatory, anything else (that covers your car, including theft/fire/damage) is still optional and you have to pay extra for it.Or we live in different UKs?


Third party fire and theft is usually cheaper than third party only insurance

At least for 4 cars I have to insure every year
jg197726 m ago

Brought one of these a year ago for my focus st as my fiesta st had been …Brought one of these a year ago for my focus st as my fiesta st had been robbed the year before and any keyless ford's are an easy target for thieves, never had trouble with the key and hope that having it will make the thieves just move on at the sight of it


You can have the keyless option disabled
Krizzo32 h, 1 m ago

Third party fire and theft is usually cheaper than third party only …Third party fire and theft is usually cheaper than third party only insuranceAt least for 4 cars I have to insure every year


You started on 'mandatory', remember?
AhmadK35 m ago

You started on 'mandatory', remember?


Your argument is invalid im affraid - not cost effective
This is so1980’s
Krizzo337 m ago

Your argument is invalid im affraid - not cost effective


I'm just pointing out that "mandatory" is very different from "cost effective".
Shame not everyone understands it.
robbp15 h, 33 m ago

I suppose it depends on what you drive. Ive seen alot of the RS6, RS3, …I suppose it depends on what you drive. Ive seen alot of the RS6, RS3, S3s on the forum im on go missing


Easy way out of the pcp after the initial fun lol
dbnhants16 h, 55 m ago

Can you tell me how I can get entry into your world...it’s certainly not t …Can you tell me how I can get entry into your world...it’s certainly not the real world


I now live in the UK. I would describe the UK as utopian compared to the 3rd world country I grew up in which did actually have a car crime problem.
AhmadK8 h, 30 m ago

I'm just pointing out that "mandatory" is very different from "cost …I'm just pointing out that "mandatory" is very different from "cost effective".Shame not everyone understands it.


Theft insurance is not mandatory. Point taken.

Please educate us how we can take advantage of this to be better off
Krizzo32 h, 13 m ago

Theft insurance is not mandatory. Point taken.Please educate us how we can …Theft insurance is not mandatory. Point taken.Please educate us how we can take advantage of this to be better off


you might be better off by choosing correct words and not misleading others
do people actually buying third party insurance? it more expensive then comprehensive
AhmadK3 h, 46 m ago

you might be better off by choosing correct words and not misleading …you might be better off by choosing correct words and not misleading others


You are not helping anyone here ahmad
Krizzo39 h, 7 m ago

You are not helping anyone here ahmad


Speak for yourself mate and stop spamming.
I am helping people at least by pointing out misleading statements.
AhmadK10 h, 39 m ago

Speak for yourself mate and stop spamming.I am helping people at least by …Speak for yourself mate and stop spamming.I am helping people at least by pointing out misleading statements.


Your statement is misleading as third party only insurance is most often more expensive than tpft policy
Krizzo317th Apr

You can have the keyless option disabled


Didn't know that could be a good option already have my obd port moved and keep my keys in a farraday type bag when in the house aswell
jg197725 m ago

Didn't know that could be a good option already have my obd port moved and …Didn't know that could be a good option already have my obd port moved and keep my keys in a farraday type bag when in the house aswell


Madness
jg197737 m ago

Didn't know that could be a good option already have my obd port moved and …Didn't know that could be a good option already have my obd port moved and keep my keys in a farraday type bag when in the house aswell


Car will not unlock unless a button is pressed on the remote, once you get in the keyless works just press the button to start the motor

Only difference is car will not unlock without the button press
Krizzo311 m ago

Car will not unlock unless a button is pressed on the remote, once you get …Car will not unlock unless a button is pressed on the remote, once you get in the keyless works just press the button to start the motorOnly difference is car will not unlock without the button press


Unless you have a car that has a proximity sensor so it unlocks as you walk up to the car or you touch the door handle, i.e. Renault, Audi, vw, etc etc
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