|electrically charged car alarms|
|Aug 16, 2005 06:29 ET||Back | Print Article|
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|Unfortunately my vehicle has been the target of break ins and vandalism 3 times over the past year. At one point the damage was so significant, 12,000.00 was paid out to repair it. I have done everything I can to avoid this except move - I don`t have that freedom currently. I have caught people still attempting to break in and have confronted them. I have recently invested in a theft derrent system called the 'Auto Taser'. This device, which is wired to the car`s battery, will send a reverse current of 25,000 volts (low amperage) through every metalic panel on the car if a window is broken or a door/trunk is forced open. The car is not charged if the sensitivity alarm is activated. Is this illegal? If so, what kind of problems should I expect if someone gets shocked while trying to bust in?|
DRP is not familiar with the product mentioned and can not endorse its use. You may be open to the possibility of a lawsuit if someone is injured.