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Car Alarms in Los Angeles,California

Posted last August 31, 2015, 10:47 am in Services report article

A car alarm is an electronic device installed in a vehicle in an attempt to discourage theft of the vehicle itself, its contents, or both. Car alarms work by emitting high-volume sound (usually a siren, klaxon, pre-recorded verbal warning, the vehicle's own horn, or a combination thereof) when the conditions necessary for triggering are met, as well as by flashing some of the vehicle's lights, and (optionally) notifying the car's owner via a paging system and interrupting various electrical circuits necessary for the car to start.



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Al & Ed's Autosound
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Car Toys
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Angel's Electronics
Pacific Stereo
California Car Sounds
Mission Auto Sound
Techronics - Car Audio and Car Stereo
6 Autosound
J J Auto Sound
Sonic Electronix, Inc.
Dr. Auto Sound
A & G Custom Sound
Elite Audio

Julio's Shop
Empire Customs
Al & Ed's Autosound
Sam's Car Stereo & Alarm
Profe Car Stereos & Alarm
Audio Zone
Pacific Stereo
Al & Ed's Autosound
Audio Tune
Tint Monsters
Morales Electronics
Al & Ed's Autosound
Magic Auto Sound & Security
Audio 2000
Best Price Auto Alarm & Stereo
California Installs
Al & Ed's Autosound

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Vermont Auto Center Inc.
Streamline Audio Inc
SM Auto Sound & Tint
Berdi Auto Sound
Abby Auto Stereo
Fatty Boys
Alpha Industries Inc
Choe Sung Chul
South Central Auto Sounds
Aztlan Auto Sounds
Monster's Car Stereo
Pioneer New Media Technologies
J&M Auto Sound
Western Auto Sound & Elect
Mac Car Stereo Video Alarm
Pro Window Tinting Auto Alarms



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Car alarms should not be confused with immobilizers; although the purpose of both may be to deter car theft, they operate in a dissimilar fashion. An immobilizer generally will not offer any audible or visual theft deterrence, nor require any additional input from the driver than from the driver of a non-immobilizer car.