Should I get Lo-Jack for my 2009 Honda Civic?

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  • Should I get Lo-Jack for my 2009 Honda Civic?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 12:51
I'm not sure how much the Lo-jack system cost. Anyways, I had one installed on mine 2011 Camry and paid $800 for it. I don't really see the point having it for your car. Even a car get stolen, it likely to be chopped up for parts. You can get a Viper alarm motion system with GPS locator ($400) and a good steering wheel lock bar ($50). This way, it takes more time for the criminal to steal your car and the alarm helps too.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 14:28
I can't comment on the LoJack, but I have a basic club that I use for my Honda Civic (2002). A few years ago a cop was driving around our neighborhood and saw us with the Civic. He stopped and said that they'd gotten a grant to buy clubs to hand out to owners of Honda Civics and Jeep Cherokees. So based on that, I would say that Civics and Jeeps must be high on the list. Good luck! Frank.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 05:56
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau 2012, the Honda Civic is the #2 stolen car and Denver is the #58 city in the country for auto theft. Several layers of protection are recomended including a LoJack stolen vehicle recovery system.

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