How to Find a LoJack Installer

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Safety and security are important. If something happens to your car, truck, SUV or motorcycle, you want to be sure that you are able to get it back. One way to ensure this is to get a LoJack system installed.

  • Do your research, so you can make sure that LoJack is an investment you want to make. Also determine whether you want the additional early warning system that places a call to your cell phone if your car is moved without a key for it.

  • You're sure that you want LoJack installed? Call the dealer where you bought your car, truck or SUV (or the dealership that you're thinking of using for your next purchase) and ask if they install LoJack. If they do, let them know you're interested in the system and set up an appointment for an installation.

  • If the dealership where you bought your car/truck/SUV/motorcycle doesn't offer LoJack, then call around to other dealerships in the area to ask if they do. Choose one that is convenient for you and set up an appointment for an installation of the system.

  • If there's not a convenient dealership that offers LoJack in your area, give their customer support team a call or contact them via their Web site. Talk out your needs with a customer service rep, buy the system directly and schedule a time when one of their representatives can come to you to install the system.

  • In the unlikely event that no one can come out to you, but you still want the system, you'll need to determine how far you're willing to drive to get the system installed. Make some phone calls to find a dealership that sells and installs LoJack and schedule an appointment for an installation.

Tips & Warnings

  • Keep in mind that the price of LoJack doesn't include monthly monitoring charges.
  • Want to be able to track your own motorcycle? There are computer programs that will allow you to do so with an Internet connection.
  • If you find that no one at all in your area offers LoJack, determine whether or not it's something that you really need for your vehicle.
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