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Why Buy a CompuStar Alarm?
Your vehicle is an exceptionally valuable investment. CompuStar alarms and remote starts have multiple features to help protect your investment. We also offer a GPS tracking system (Computrack) that takes vehicle protection to another level as a stand alone or upgrade to your CompuStar alarm.

Select CompuStar and CompuStar Pro systems offer 2 Way paging capability. This feature provides you with audible and visual notifications if your alarm is triggered. Some 2 Way systems will even show you which zone is triggered right on your remote up to a mile away.

All CompuStar alarm systems come with our dual stage Compushock sensor. This sensor will detect impact to your car such as a window being smashed. With CompuStar alarms you have the choice of adding dozens of additional sensors. All CompuStar alarms also come with a super bright blue LED. This LED flashes when your car is armed and locked. Our security systems also come with optional starter disable that prevents thieves from starting your car. In the event of an alarm trigger we offer a six tone siren as well as optional horn honk.

Car Theft is a Profitable Business—$8 Billion per Year
Car thieves take stolen vehicles across state lines and seek valid titles by presenting fraudulent ownership documentation to the titling agency of another state. Or, the car thief might replace the VIN plate on the stolen vehicle with one from a junked car, and then seek a valid title for the stolen vehicle. These activities are possible because most states do not have an instant, reliable way of verifying the information on the ownership documentation presented prior to issuing a new title. (Source: FBI.gov)

Visit NICB.org for interactive information concerning vehicle theft in the US.

Car Theft Statistics
(Source: FBI.gov)
• There were an estimated 956,846 thefts of motor vehicles nationwide in 2008.

• In terms of a nationwide rate, there were 314.7 motor vehicle thefts per 100,000 inhabitants.

• Nationwide, more than $6.4 billion was lost to motor vehicle thefts in 2008. The average dollar loss per stolen vehicle was $6,751.

• More than 72 percent (72.4) of all motor vehicles reported stolen in 2008 were automobiles.

 

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