Keyless Entry Protection


Last year, there were 89,000 vehicles stolen in England and Wales, a 56 per cent increase over the previous year and keyless entry cars seems to be the reason for the rise. Thieves use sophisticated tech to fool the car into thinking the key is nearby, allowing them to enter the vehicle and drive it away. 

What is keyless theft?

The process criminals use to steal a car via keyless theft – also known as relay theft – is relatively simple. First, they buy a relay amplifier and a relay transmitter; these electronic gizmos can be purchased from the darker corners of the internet.

Signal-blocking pouches

Car-Programmer recommend  a Faraday pouch to keep your car key in. These pouches contain signal-blocking materials that stop your key transmitting its code, preventing crooks from being able to detect and amplify the signal.

Ordering new key fob with the Car-Programmer you will get Faraday bag for free.

Also possible to purchase for anyone.

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