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Imobiliser / alarm system

Hello - I'm in process of insuring vehicle again and Insurance Company have told me they cannot cover vehicle for theft if there is no anti theft device or immobiliser etc. on vehicle.

I've never been aware of an alarm on this vehicle, although a red light flashes internally when doors are locked and assumed this may just be a deterrent.
Getting conflicting reports from VW garages as to whether there is/isn't anything fitted as standard.

Would be grateful for your advice.

annevic@homecall.co.uk

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