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Stoplock Pro Steering Wheel Lock £30.66 @ Halfords
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Stoplock Pro Steering Wheel Lock £30.66 @ Halfords

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Posted 11th Dec 2018
Yes I know you can get them off , but they are a deterrent , Generally around £50 everywhere so not a bad price for the `Pro` version.


Will also look great on your Ford Capri
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Also now price matched by Amazon
Same price on Amazon better if you have prime
Wow thanks for the nostalgia, my grandad used to have one of these.
they might call it a Stoplock Pro Steering Wheel Lock - but defo wont stop a pro stealing your car if your car is worth stealing if you fit one of these,saw a car prog a few years ago and its shocking how easy it was then to remove one of these,might be easier now
Edited by: "mmachine" 12th Dec 2018
Didn't think these were still a thing in 2018!
jhw12/12/2018 00:17

Didn't think these were still a thing in 2018!



There been making a bit of a comeback
Yeah all these push button start cars are very easy to steal using the OBD port
r1zla12/12/2018 00:27

There been making a bit of a comeback



I've got one up in the loft
jhw12/12/2018 00:39

I've got one up in the loft


Yes.... but where did you put that key?
tfish8 m ago

Yes.... but where did you put that key?


He or she doesn't own the key, it's just hidden evidence.
Autotrader rates this version as the best steering wheel lock

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Says 5+ minutes to remove, and tools needed etc, will stop a chance thief, but more of a deterrent to a dedicated gang, hopefully slowing them down long enough to stop the theft.
BIGTAM12/12/2018 00:30

Yeah all these push button start cars are very easy to steal using the OBD …Yeah all these push button start cars are very easy to steal using the OBD port


No need for OBD, all you need is an amplifier to boost the signal from the keys on your foyer table to the car.
A few friends I know who have keyless entry cars use these - these have definitely made a comeback.
hcc273 h, 38 m ago

No need for OBD, all you need is an amplifier to boost the signal from the …No need for OBD, all you need is an amplifier to boost the signal from the keys on your foyer table to the car.A few friends I know who have keyless entry cars use these - these have definitely made a comeback.


Aye forgot about that they are even selling pouches to put your key in to stop the signal being transmitted.
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