CAR ALARMS ALARM 3010 PLUS
ALARM 3010 PLUS
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Price includes installation at Hyper workshop, 737 Great South Rd, Auckland
The AVS 3010 range provides reliable, easy-to-use car security and functionality at entry-level prices. The AVS 3010+ car alarm tops the range awith the additional security of a dual stage shock sensor and battery back-up siren. Plus it has waterproof remotes.
Car alarm features:
Starter motor and ignition system or fuel pump immobiliser cuts are made so the car cannot be started unless the alarm is disarmed.
Dual stage shock sensor
It gives a warning on a light impact and a full alarm on a heavy impact to the vehicle.
Battery back-up siren
The siren has its own power supply so it will continue to sound if power is cut to it.
Door, bonnet and boot protection
If the alarm is armed and a door, bonnet or boot is opened the alarm will sound.
Central locking from the remote*
Two rolling code waterproof remotes
Hyper blue LED warning light
Compatible with many AVS accessories and sensors
Three year warranty
NZ's most stolen cars
Older imports are topping the list of the top 10 cars most frequently stolen in New Zealand
AA Insurance has revealed the 10 cars stolen most frequently in New Zealand, based on theft claims received over the past four years.
Car models where all or most of the vehicles are imported second-hand make up the majority of those on the list and more than 80 percent of the top stolen cars are older than 10 years.
The Nissan Silvia remains the most frequently stolen car for the third consecutive year, and the Nissan Skyline and various models of Subaru remain popular for thieves. New entries this year include the Honda Torneo, the Nissan Presea and the Nissan Cefiro.
To calculate theft incidence AA Insurance measures the number of claims made for each model of car as a percentage of the total number of policies it holds for that model.
"Imported or older vehicles have less security than New Zealand-new vehicles," says Suzanne Wolton, Head of Corporate Affairs, AA Insurance. "Because they lack the latest security features, such as electronic locking, alarms and immobilisers, second-hand imported vehicles make it easier for thieves to pick and choose their targets."
In the 2010 AA Insurance Drivers Index, 71 percent of those surveyed indicated that they wouldn't purchase a car that they considered to be a high theft risk.
However, it seems people aren't aware of the risks associated with older imported vehicles, as up to 60 per cent of all vehicles on New Zealand roads are imports and the average vehicle age is 12 years old, the survey found.
"If you drive an older or imported car there are a number of steps you can take to reduce the risk of theft," says Wolton. "You can make it less attractive by installing an alarm or immobiliser, and make sure it can be clearly seen. Thieves don’t like the look of a flashing light or even an alarm sticker, and will usually move on to an easier target."
The AA Insurance Drivers Index also shows that New Zealanders have a false sense of security and are less careful about their cars when they are at home. One quarter of respondents who regularly leave their car unlocked say they don't lock their car when it is parked at home and 23 percent don’t lock it when it is in their garage.
"One of the simplest things you can do is lock your car, even when it's at home or parked in the garage and if you're in a public place, park where your car, and a thief, will be most visible — under a streetlight or near a security camera," says Wolton.
Of the cars reported stolen to AA Insurance, only 30 percent were ever recovered.
NZ's most stolen cars
*Some cars require additional parts or installation charges.
Alarm take 3-4 hours to install in Japanese vehicles and 5-6 hours in european vehicles.*
*Please note this is a guide
The following features are programmable options on the alarms.
|Auto arming once the ignition is switched off (will not lock the doors)|
|Automatic re-arm/re-lock if the alarm is disarmed but no door is opened*|
|Control two vehicles via one AVS remote|
|Door, bonnet or boot ajar warning upon arming|
|Door lock on brake*|
|Door lock on ignition*|
|Electronic boot release via the remote*|
|MAP feature (allows you to operate the AVS alarm from your car’s factory key)|
|Headlights turn on for a set period on arming*|
|Interior light illumination on disarm|
|PIN code override for emergency disarm|
|Past alarm trigger memory|
|Perimeter night light via the indicators on disarm|
|Remote panic/car finder|
|Silent arm/disarm (R = remote selectable P = programmable only)||R||R||R||P||P|
|Temporary shock sensor disable|
|Valet mode (doors lock/unlock via remote but the alarm does not arm/disarm)*|
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