Car Alarm Systems

A car alarm is an electronic device installed in a vehicle in an attempt to discourage theft of the vehicle itself, its contents, or both. Car alarms work by emitting high-volume sound when the conditions necessary for triggering it are met. Every vehicle owner wants to ensure the safety of his or her vehicle as well as the valuables inside. It is always a good idea to have some sort of anti-theft device for your car. A good alarm system does not only act as a deterrent to intruders but also acts as a warning to the owner that there is a possible intrusion. At Wartax, we offer car alarm installation services. Our professionally trained and experienced technicians will install the right alarm system suitable for your vehicle.

How does a car alarm work?

The way a car alarm works is simple: when the alarm is switched on and a sensor receives a response, the alarm sounds. When the sensors don't record any unusual activity, the car alarm remains active but silent and unnoticeable.

What is the point of a car alarm?

The main purpose of a car alarm is to prevent the theft of your personal belongings within the vehicle and to prevent the theft of the vehicle itself. That said, not all car alarms are the same. Some are triggered by different actions and have different features.

What makes a car alarm go off for no reason?

Problems with the car battery may also cause a car alarm to go off without the slightest warning. ... In some cars, if you try to turn on the engine with a dying battery, then the alarm will go off. Make sure to check the level of your car's battery with a voltmeter if its alarm goes off for no apparent reason.

Can a car alarm drain the battery?

Installed correctly, they draw a small amount of power and won't drain your battery. Installed incorrectly, they can suck the power right out of your battery. If you have an aftermarket car alarm, then this is one of the first things to check when you have a draining car battery.