If you are looking to boost the security of your vehicle then you are in luck. Not only is Memphis Window Tint authorized to install these kinds of systems, we offer a wide array of alarm system types and brands. When you care about the safety of your vehicle, sometimes the manufacturer’s security system just won’t cut it. That’s why we are proud to bring you the best of the best for your most prized possession. Take a look at the different types of car alarm systems that we currently have available for installation.
An audible alarm is the kind of alarm that is usually preprogrammed into the vehicle when you buy it. There is usually a panic button on the key fob that when pressed, an alarm will sound. The type of sounds that your car makes could vary from the horn sounding repeatedly, to the lights on the outside of your vehicle flashing. This kind of alarm system can deter potential car thieves from breaking into your car because of the large commotion that will be made.
Silent alarms are much more sneaky than audible alarms. With this kind of alarm system, a notification will be sent to the vehicle owner if a break-in is detected. The thief will think that there is no alarm system on the vehicle, when in fact, the owner can easily catch the burglar in the act. If you have a silent alarm system, it would be wise to have it also set up to notify police for your safety and the security of your vehicle.
Immobilizing, GPS, and Passive
An immobilizing alarm will require the key programmed to the vehicle be within a certain distance of the car or else it will not start. This means that someone can’t easily make a copy of your key and steal your car, or drive off with it if you are not in range. A GPS alarm can help locate a vehicle in the case that it is stolen. These are great for assisting police in finding both the vehicle and the person who stole it. A passive car alarm will automatically become activated if the car is off and the doors are locked. In order to deactivate this kind of alarm, the driver must unlock the doors to the vehicle.
Active, Remote Start and Two-Way Paging
An active alarm will require that a certain button be pressed to deactivate or activate the alarm. A remote start security system will allow you to start your vehicle from another location. A two-way paging alarm system will allow you to activate the alarm and will also notify you if the alarm was activated by a security breech.