|03-23-2012 07:43 AM|
|Peepers||I have LoJack in one of my vehicles. Never had to use it thank god. There are only two issues I see with it. One is there is not complete coverage in the US, so all they would have to do would be take your vehicle to some place with out it. And two, there are only so many places they can put it (I was told there were only two places on my truck) so if you have a smart criminal, 48 hours after its stolen, it can't be tracked anyways... Thats about how long the internal battery lasts... when its new... whos knows how long it would last on a 15 year old vehicle.|
|03-23-2012 07:38 AM|
|denisbaldwin||If someone really wants my Jeep, they can steal it and I'll collect the insurance money to build a bigger one!|
|03-23-2012 07:23 AM|
Don't have it on my Jeep but do on my FJR. I know it works because the key fob died and I had phone messages all over from LoJack asking about the where abouts of the motorcycle.
So ya know, when the red flashing light appears on the key fob, change the battery THEN, not later.
|03-23-2012 07:12 AM|
|PecosRiver||Back in the day when I was a cop, LoJack was the thing to have for high end vehicles. Our town had one LoJack receiver for the town, which was adequate and it usually was pretty fun taking down a stolen vehicle when the receiver went off. Not sure if cops today still have the receivers in their cars, but when I was a cop you could always tell which car did by the 4 antennas on the roof.|
|03-23-2012 04:34 AM|
Who has it n their Wranglers?
I'm curious as to if it works and stuff because I might consider it. Not that anyone has attempted to steal mine... But just saying.
Let me know. Thx