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Car thieves appeared as soon as the cars were commercialized. The first recorded car stolen was mentioned in 8.06.1896, and considered theft of the car brand Peugeot, from the private garage of a Parisian and Baron Julien. The thief was his mechanic, ironically enough. At that time, the owning of the car was a luxury & too conspicuous attribute. However, this story ends here. The precedent was not considered by the media and didn’t receive publicity, and therefore, there is no reliable information about the capture of the offender, and whether the car was returned to the owner is unknown.
Modern cars amaze with their technological bells and whistles. Then, along with the development of their equipment and functionality, the car theft systems are improved too. It is interesting to note, that, ADAC — the society of motorists in Germany — selected 24 cars from B to F class, and tried to break up them. All cars that have been tasted fall the “exam”, except the BMW i3, which could not be opened, but was managed to start the engine.
This article will focus on do’s and don’ts, to prevent car stolen, and the top-list of devices and tricks that will allow you to protect the car from
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