*Anti Theft Device
An Anti-theft device is a manufacturer installed or after market device that triggers upon entry to the vehicle. It can prevent operation of the fuel, ignition or starting systems. Devices are referred to as either Passive or Active Alarms.
- Passive Alarm: is one that turns on automatically. Once the ignition is shut off and all of the doors are closed the passive car alarm sets itself. The alarm is called a passive alarm because the driver doesn’t have to do anything to arm it.
- Active Alarm: is one that the driver has to activate. This is usually done be clicking a remote to set the alarm once all of the doors are closed and the car is parked. They’re called active alarm because the driver has an active role in setting the alarm.
- Active Disabling: alarms require the driver to manually activate the alarm.
- Active Non Disabling and VIN: the etching of a VIN or serial number on auto parts such as windshields, fenders, hoods etc. qualifies for the discount.
- Alarm: Audible sounding device.
- Passive Disabling: device is one which arms itself automatically when a vehicle is parked, making the fuel, ignition or starting system inoperative.
- Passive Non Disabling: device is one which arms itself automatically when a vehicle is parked.
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