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Old 04-30-2013, 02:07 PM   #1
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What type Car Alarm should i get? For My GT 2013

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I hear the vipers are good and u can get them with whatever options u want..
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None they are fire hazards in my opinion had a viper in my jeep and almost caught in fire with my kids in it.
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First I ever heard of that. ..maybe the install was the problem
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Yea i got a viper one with keyless and security and like it very much and setting on fire is a first it must have to do with the install of it
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I haven't a clue who did the work but it freaked me out
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Fire risk? Screw it, hire a body guard for it 24/7
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Who pays attention to car alarms? Waste of money IMO
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Who pays attention to car alarms? Waste of money IMO
The whole point is for you to pay attention for your car alarm so you can take out the smith and wesson^^ lol
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Who pays attention to car alarms? Waste of money IMO
If they want the car, alls they'll do is set the alarm off over an over til the owner gets tired of it and shuts it off. Waste !
My bike has an alarm on it, you have to have the key fob to start it. My fob is taped under the seat.
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Clifford or Viper should suffice. No need to go fancy. If all they want is to break in and steal something, they're going to do it regardless.

That's why I keep nothing in my car but my golf clubs in the truck. But no one knows so shhhhhhh....
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I've got a Viper 2-way and it works great. I can lock/unlock/start from a round 100 yards away. The install was time consuming but everything was soldered and heat shrink'd.
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None they are fire hazards in my opinion had a viper in my jeep and almost caught in fire with my kids in it.
Seriously, you don't think the guy's that installed it was the problem

Viper is good.
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Seriously, you don't think the guy's that installed it was the problem

Viper is good.
I agree. The install was the cause. It wouldn't have passed through QC if there was an issue.
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Haha. I hope y'all have good attorneys!
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Who pays attention to car alarms? Waste of money IMO
I agree...When was the last time you ran outside to see why a car alarm was going off...
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I agree...When was the last time you ran outside to see why a car alarm was going off...
Or heard one in a parking lot and bothered to check it out instead of going,"ugh that is an annoying sound..."
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Window sticker... "Toucha my Pony, I breaka you face!"

Seriously though, a good rule of thumb for those if us that don't have extra vehicle security, NEVER leave personal items, in plain view, inside your Pony. Not even an empty sack, spare change or CD jackets. Place them out of sight. Freakin' thieves will break a door glass, just to look in the bag, gather up your coins or steal your favorite tunes.
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Haha. I hope y'all have good attorneys!
Shoot first ask questions later, in Texas someone steps on your property to steal and you catch him the act your within every right to kill him.
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Shoot first ask questions later, in Texas someone steps on your property to steal and you catch him the act your within every right to kill him.
Deadly force for a misdemeanor crime? Try again. Unless you can quote fact backing that up.
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Deadly force for a misdemeanor crime? Try again. Unless you can quote fact backing that up.
You need to look up the Texas Penal Code.
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You need to look up the Texas Penal Code.
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Deadly force for a misdemeanor crime? Try again. Unless you can quote fact backing that up.
Under Texas Statues under Penal Code Chapter 9 Subchapter D (9.42) It describes the use of deadly force to stop theft, arson, vandalism etc. to your personal property. ( And your immediate families property) And also to prevent the perpretator from getting away after commiting the offense.
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you're missing the most important part, chief. it says "when and to the degree he reasonably believes the deadly force is immediately necessary".
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(3) he reasonably believes that: (A) the land or property cannot be protected or recovered by any other means; or(B) the use of force other than deadly force to protect or recover the land or property would expose the actor or another to a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury."

Its not giving you permission to use deadly force in all instances no matter what. If you think you can articulate deadly force was necessary to save your CD's, be my guest and re read what I wrote, "I hope you have a good attorney".

People posting half truths like this on an open board is dangerous as people might live in different states with different statutes.
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you're missing the most important part, chief. it says "when and to the degree he reasonably believes the deadly force is immediately necessary".
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(3) he reasonably believes that: (A) the land or property cannot be protected or recovered by any other means; or(B) the use of force other than deadly force to protect or recover the land or property would expose the actor or another to a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury."

Its not giving you permission to use deadly force in all instances no matter what. If you think you can articulate deadly force was necessary to save your CD's, be my guest and re read what I wrote, "I hope you have a good attorney".

People posting half truths like this on an open board is dangerous as people might live in different states with different statutes.
Ok first of all let me start by this Texas Penal codes are only valid in Texas, each state varies. I am a pre-law student. And I can site several cases where this has happend.
Justification is if you feel your life in immediate danger!
If I catch someone in the act, I would fear for my life. Cause I would not know if that thief is under some drug(s) and will attack me and kill me then go inside and kill my family as well. 90% of thieves are drug addicts, stealing to pay for their costly drug habit.
Now I said In Texas, to clarify any misunderstanding.
In Texas most cases of this type do not make it to trial
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Ok first of all let me start by this Texas Penal codes are only valid in Texas, each state varies. I am a pre-law student. And I can site several cases where this has happend.
Justification is if you feel your life in immediate danger!
If I catch someone in the act, I would fear for my life. Cause I would not know if that thief is under some drug(s) and will attack me and kill me then go inside and kill my family as well. 90% of thieves are drug addicts, stealing to pay for their costly drug habit.
Now I said In Texas, to clarify any misunderstanding.
In Texas most cases of this type do not make it to trial
uh huh. ok, here we go..

1.) 90% of thieves are drug addicts? did you get that stat from wikipedia? As a "pre law" student you shouldn't pull numbers out your butt, it'll make you look less credible.

2.) You're going to have to prove why you felt your life was in immediate danger, when you walked out of a perfectly good house to confront said subject. A reasonable person that is afraid for his life, would not confront that thing that is causing such a fear.

So I ask you, what is immediately threatening to your life about someone stealing your ipod, gps, etc out of your car?
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new thread....this one is closed!
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Haha. I hope y'all have good attorneys!
This.... Plus you have to remember the civil side of things.... Just because you are not criminally charged doesn't mean that you are not held liable in civil court.

Just my .02 cents...
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new thread....this one is closed!
Guess not.
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Civil? Just like O.J. Civil case, good luck collecting. Texas is a conservative state thrat b.s. dont go to well here.
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