They add this could prevent drivers from having their car towed away by thieves and criminals unsure about how to disable the new alarms.
Izzy Shulman, Director at Keys 4 U has warned new alarms can cost over £100 but warned it was a “small price to pay” to ensure vehicles were protected.
She said: “While a basic car alarm may be enough to panic an opportunist car thief, the reality is, experienced criminals can disable them in seconds, before speeding off undetected.
“However, some ‘aftermarket’ alarms – fitted after the car is manufactured – offer additional security benefits to deter criminals from targeting your vehicle.
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