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Anti Theft & Immobilizer Bundles | Installation Included

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COVID-19 Alert

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are asking clients to drop their vehicle off and pick up when completed, unfortunately, our clients are not permitted in the waiting area at this time.
 
There is a key drop box at the front door to our shop, you may drop your keys in the box and our tech will come out to get them, pull your vehicle in, complete it, then park the vehicle back upfront. We may take care of payment over the phone when the work is completed.

Product training after installation is NOT offered at this time. Product questions or concerns can be directed to us via email, phone, or text message. We are also offering Skype, Zoom, and Youtube video training sessions (if required)
 

We can complete your installation at our Markham, Ontario location,
or we can come to your home or work-place (Toronto, Montreal, Grand Prairie).

Please choose where you would like your installation performed:

In-Store Installation:

155 McIntosh Drive, Markham
Ontario, Canada

On-Site Installation:

GTA (Greater Toronto Area)
Ontario, Canada


On-Site Installation:

Montreal
Quebec, Canada


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What is an IGLA?


What is relay theft?


Author Alarm *Digital* Anti Theft Systems

Digital Anti-Theft systems use the vehicle's own data-bus system to prevent the vehicle from starting. They can be actively or passively armed/disarmed, meaning no input from the driver is required to enable the security protection.

Proven effective against relay theft attacks

Proven effective against relay theft attacks
*Used for vehicles with dual CAN-Bus networks*

Prevents theft through use of OBD-II scan tools
*Essentially a key for your OBD-II port* 


Analogue *Kill Switch* Systems

Analogue *kill switches* provide an economic way to immobilize your vehicle, by using a simple analogue relay to interrupt the starting circuit of the vehicle.
One down side exists to these, and that is they require manual activation and de-activation in most cases (as noted below)

Unique *hidden* arm/disarm switch*
Cost effective solution