Core Theft Systems

Meta Trak S5 Supplied and Fitted

This is the new device that has just been approved by Meta. The Meta Trak S5 offers full protection against key cloning and key scanning due to the the ADR tag working on 868Mhz. The ADR tag also times out after a short period meaning even if the keys are close to the vehicle you are still protected. This device will make your insurance company happy unlike many other current devices on the market.

Ghost Immobiliser

The Ghost protects your car from key-cloning, hacking, and even key theft.  The Ghost has no key-fobs or LED indications to give away its location. The Ghost uses the buttons in your vehicle such as those on the steering wheel, door panels or centre console, to allow you to make a unique, changeable, disarm sequence (like a PIN code) that must first be entered before you can drive your car. Just like your credit card but you can make your car disarm sequence even safer by making it up to 20 presses long!

Clifford 650 MK11

Clifford’s Thatcham Category-1 system meets and exceeds the highest standards of the UK insurance industry, and installing one may qualify you for discounted vehicle insurance as a result. The Concept 650MkII’s built-in tandem immobiliser circuits are passively armed soon after you park so that your vehicle always remains protected, and these main electronics also reside in an armoured-steel enclosure as an added security measure.

Target Blu Eye

Target Blu Eye is a unique and worldwide patented traffic safety system that warns you in time for approaching emergency vehicles. Even if such a vehicle is not it’s siren and flashing lights. Thanks to Target Blu Eye you will be warned by audible and visible alerts. Out on the motorway it will give ample warning of a police car approaching on the opposite carriageway. The LEDs slowly went from green to yellow to red. In theory this gave plenty of time to check the speedometer or stash any mobile phones that shouldn’t be in use.

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