Protect Your Truck With a Viper Alarm

Don’t Become A Victim

Maxwell Matthewson
Feb 5, 2014
Photographers: Maxwell Matthewson
In the U.S. a vehicle is stolen every 44 seconds. That is a staggering rate and one that will make just about anyone double-check if they locked their vehicle. Even with most new OEM vehicles coming equipped with an alarm from the factory, vehicles are being stolen faster than it took you to read this far into the story. One of the biggest problems with the factory alarms is the fact that we hear them going off all the time. When was the last time you heard an alarm going off and thought to yourself, I better stop that thief.
You can prevent yourself from becoming a statistic by installing an aftermarket alarm that will not only add more features than the factory alarm, but it will help to notify you of a potential auto theft situation. Viper is the best selling vehicle security brand in the world. They use cutting-edge technology to make sure you are in control and can count on the alarm every time. Recently, we installed a Viper two-way alarm on one of our project trucks. Combining this system with Viper’s newest SmartStart system, which integrates the alarm and remote start functions with a smartphone, ensures we have complete control 24/7. To have our kit installed, we took the truck to the electronics experts at Audio Innovations in Glendora, California. While there, owner Joe Provenzano educated us on the complete system and its functions. In the time it took you to read this, three vehicles were stolen in the U.S. Follow along to see how you can prevent someone from ripping off your pride and joy.
Photo 14/14   |   1403 Viper Alarm Installation

Sources

Audio Innovations
Glendora, CA 91740
626-335-8691
www.audioinnovations.tv

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