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Local resource for car alarms in Rochester. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to car locks, wheel locks, anti-theft devices, security systems, car alarm installation and car accessories, as well as advice and content on car security.

(507) 281-4768
1880 N Broadway
Rochester, MN
Advance Auto Parts
(507) 281-9170
1764 S Broadway
Rochester, MN

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O'Reilly Auto Parts
(507) 280-6397
2610 Broadway Ave N
Rochester, MN

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(507) 433-1323
103 W Oakland Ave
Austin, MN
(507) 452-5828
1747 W Service Dr
Winona, MN
Southside Garage
(507) 289-1026
2187 30th Ave SE
Rochester, MN

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O'Reilly Auto Parts
(507) 252-5866
2001 S Broadway
Rochester, MN

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Maaco Auto Body Shop and Collision Center
(651) 455-0003
81 E. Wentworth Avenue
West St. Paul, MN
Mon-Fri :8AM - 6PM
Sat:10AM - 1PM

(952) 884-4400
9412 Lyndale Ave
Bloomington, MN
(507) 332-0004
905 4th St NW
Faribault, MN
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Car Alarms

Somewhere in the United States a car is stolen every 23 seconds. Car theft is a brazen and sometimes life-threatening crime ( car-jacking ). Car thieves have broken into cars to steal stereo equipment, personal effects and/or the vehicle itself. And as sophisticated as car anti-theft products get, unfortunately, thieves are always working on new ways to get around security systems .

However, take heart, there are several potent options to impede a would-be car thief:

  • Using steering wheel locks that prevent steering wheels from moving can be an effective annoyance that will have a timid car thief moving to another target.
  • Wheel-to-pedal locking devices cost about $25-50 and are an extension of the steering wheel lock security devices preventing the use of pedals.
    • For approximately $15 you can purchase alarm systems that fit into a cassette deck. These alarms blare an incredibly loud alarm sound and require a key to deactivate.
    • Some car alarms have engine or gas flow interruption features sometimes called a "kill switch." If situated in an unlikely spot a kill switch can be one of the most effective ways to protect your vehicle. They cost about $75.
    • High-level monitoring of your vehicle by satellite is possible using geographical positioning (GPS) technology. This option is not cheap, but it can best keep track of your vehicle from joyriding thieves!

      And remember, like a good home security system, an effective anti-theft car alarm can help lower your insuran...

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