[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle
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[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle



Another thing to consider is Lo-Jack. Either instead of or to
compliment an alarm system. In large cities it is very successful at
recovering cars quickly. It is expensive. Most new car dealers offer
it for used cars but you cannot install it yourself. Not only must you
worry about the car getting stolen (rare but possible) you have to
consider losing whatever is inside the car. Much more likely than loss
of the car. Even if the car gets recovered usually anything inside the
car is going to be missing. The "best" protection is to talk with your
insurance agent and understand EXACTLY what your insurance covers.
Some insurance companies offer discounts if you have an alarm or
Lo-Jack. There are also companies that will engrave codes into body
panels and glass but that may only help after it is stolen and maybe
found.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jack Singer" <jsinger@xxxx> wrote:
> A friend of mine decided to engrave the vin number on the inside of each
> body panel.  That way if they showed up on ebay or somewhere else, the
> panels could be easily identified and the thief caught...  
> 
> Just and idea that I thought was unique.
> 
> Jack.
> 20069, 10002







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