15 Inexpensive Car Security Tips

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Your car is likely one of the most expensive investments you’ll ever make. As such, you want to protect it from theft and vandalism much in the same way you want to protect your house. You also want to make sure that no one steals anything important out of your car. When it comes to securing your vehicle, you can spend big bucks on alarms, tracking systems, locks, and disconnect switches. However, if you’d rather not lay out that kind of money, there are quite a few things you can do to secure your car that are free or very inexpensive. Here are some easy steps you can take to secure your car.

Lock the doors

This is the easiest thing to do, but a lot of people forget. When you


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2 Responses to 15 Inexpensive Car Security Tips

  1. Max G says:

    I live in a big city (New York) so car security is pretty important. Bunch of good tips, especially regarding locking a car and not leaving valuables. A good car thief can open any lock, but you don’t want to make it easy for people.

  2. TOC says:

    Another tip can be to always lock your glovebox compartment. At least my car has that feature where I can lock it.

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