If you don't carry a spare key or have a combination lock, you're going to be sorry; assuming it's possible to hack the computer...Does anyone know if it is possible to make a setup to auto lock the car doors, upon vehicle shutdown and exit? Say some sort of adjustable timer?
I would say there are things out there that are built already with Loads of protections built into this...
First. You loan the car to your daughter/son/brother/mom/dad or anyone at all. You tell them or they just don't get the whole Idea and forget about it while stopping for gas, or a pop or for what ever reason. They close door to car with the key in the car. After said time from Timer Circuit it locks door now your keys are locked inside...
With a system that is already built, They most times have some type of Transponder setup to protect the car from locking the keys in side auto...
Most good alarms have Auto Lock that you can setup even without a Transponder setup but you take the risk of locking your keys in the car if you turn it on. Most times people can be forgetful and the alarm is setup to keep your car safe that means will also arm and protect the car.
Alarm systems are so cheap why try and re-invent the wheel.
Understand. Just wanted to make sure that it is known for others that may or may not try what someone may offer. If they don't have some type of extra safety entry feature.
for under 40 with some nice features I would say that the Pro 9775T would be a good thing with many features you can grow into if you didn't want to install them all to start with. There are a lot of things that it offers however there are many more that could be in other systems as well. For the money it is a nice system
Not me or anyone I know and don't endorse them in anyway. Just an item and the place I found for under 40 that it could be picked up. Sure may not be built by you but it works and was built by people that have many different offers and EE and techs designing and building them as a living.. Thought I would share as an option
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