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  • n. Plural form of immobiliser.


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  • The Home Office says one example is the 51 per cent fall in vehicle crime which can be attributed to design improvements such as immobilisers and toughened glass.

    New push to design against crime

  • He said that following government intervention, innovations in the car industry - such as immobilisers - had helped cut theft by

    BBC News | Technology | World Edition

  • Safety equipment and deterrents such as immobilisers or alarms are rendered useless if a thief has the keys.


  • Further terms for vehicle immobilisers were set out in The Private Security Industry Act 2001 Licenses Regulations 2007.

    Clamping And The Law: Guest Post

  • Other security measures includes alarms, immobilisers, high security door and ignition locks, etching the registration number on the windows and a visible VIN Vehicle Identification Number - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • "Holden introduced immobilisers to Commodores in 2001 but early versions were pretty poor in terms of effectiveness." | Top Stories

  • Mr Blunt said improved security measures, including alarms, better door and window locks as well as vehicle immobilisers are responsible.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Vehicles without immobilisers account for nearly two-thirds of car thefts, according to the Motor Vehicle Theft - Stuff

  • The company would be supplying components like electronic control unit (ECU) and immobilisers, he added. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • Vehicle protection devices such as alarms, immobilisers, antihijack units usually improve the overall security of your vehicle and entitle you to discounts.



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