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Insurance Does this car alarm system is accepted by the insurance companies?

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It all depends on your insurance company, ask your agent. If they do accept it the alarm must have a kill switch(once the alarm is turned on it doesnt let the car start), second, if you forget to turn alarm on, the alarm must turn itself on aoutomatically.

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I think the best way is to ask the agent,
before buying

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Absolutely yes. There are three types of car alarms:
1. Standard/Active - where your alarm is in effective operation at time of theft.
2. Passive - whereby you have an alarm installed on your car, which at time of theft is not in effective operation
3. Immobiliser - whereby the key of your car must be used to start the ignition, otherwise it becomes immobilised

you can be sure that yours car alarm system is one of the above.

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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