ELZE wrote:Stickers or no stickers, I doubt it will make any difference to the hardened spiv! giving stickers is like giving a clue only you might just be giving them the wrong one! No matter the arsh*le who wants your car is going to do it anyway regardless.
I agree with Helen the best thing it to activate the security when you leave it even if it is only a few minutes because anyone wanting to steal a Bongo would have probably hand selected the one they want and follow it for a while waiting for the opportunity. with security technology of the era they will not need the key, just the doors unlocked for quickness. the rest they will do in around 30 seconds
Absolutely right...Our house was the only one on the close not burgled at one address. All houses were alarmed, and everyone was aware that the potential thieves sat in the kiddies play-park behind the bushes....watching, and waiting...Last house forgot to alarm as he went out the door!...enter friendly Fred the Burglar after 5 minutes to let them get down the road
ROUTINE locking every time helps...and investigating unusual hangers around, beit by a house or car!....BUT...yes, if they want your car badly enough, they'll have it....I usually have more security than you can shake a stick at, but all it'll do is delay!
I came back to a car-park one day, and they'll break in for just a look!....side window smashed and glovebox opened, and they even tried nicking the tax disc
They're nothing if not determined! Car was alarmed, and presumably didn't set off...top of the line Cat 1.....the insurance said Ah...a (*****)...they are known to give problems!!!!!...
In the beginning there was nothing , then God said "Let there be Light".....There was still nothing , but ,by crikey, you could see it better.