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10/26/2017
By: Raya T.
Xtreme Keys 4 Cars
Horrible service big scammers I was told $60 to come and unlock my car door and got charge $300 stay away and never call these guys they will rip you off!!!
09/22/2017
By: Lt J.
Car Stereo and Alarms Plus
Bought a new system for my 17 yr old for Christmas. Eddie is a great guy, provided great service. Did exactly what he said he would do! Also had them tint the window on my car. I highly recommend them.
09/22/2017
By: Brent H.
Car Stereo and Alarms Plus
On Dec. 21st, I went to Car stereo Plus on West 18th St. and 610 to install a stereo receiver that was my Christmas gift from my Mom. He quoted me a good price comparing to his other competitors and explained to me a lot more than the others and he said all of it included.Eddie delivers what he promised. I am enjoying my new receiver and I am enjoying the blue tooth streaming from my cell and I am happy that I used this store in my neighborhood. Definitely I will go back to deal with them again and again.
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07/17/2017
By: Tina P.
Executive Tint
So professional and helpful. I love the job they did on my Mazda 5 mini van. I highly recommend them and ask for Andrew Lam he will do his best to hook you up and help you get in and out in no time. :)
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02/05/2016
By: Brian D.
Interlock Systems Inc
Todd and his team are respectful, helpful, and courteous week in and week out. True customer service no matter the circumstance you face.
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12/11/2015
By: Chelsea S.
Executive Tint
I went in today and Brent helped me pick out the perfect tint for my car. He told me the wait time was 1 hour and 30 minutes and my car was done in that time frame. I was so in love with my car once it was done. Please make sure you check them out and ask for Brent he is super nice.
12/08/2015
By: George M.
Executive Tint
Just had my Honda Accord 2015 Car Tinted, had Ceramic Film done and its incredible the change in the car. Immediately can tell the difference. Highly Recommend
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08/14/2015
By: Edmund C.
Car Stereo and Alarms Plus
For years Car Stereo Plus has been my go-to spot for quality car audio gear at ultra competitive prices. I like the high-end stuff that many stores have to special order, but they keep these items in stock so I don't have to wait. They are very knowledgeable, & genuinely want me to be satisfied with my purchases. Thanks Sammy & Eddie for great experiences year after year.
09/30/2014
By: Nick R.
Interlock Systems of Texas
Ok, I admit that you are never going to LIKE a interlock company but I have dealt with smartstart which is totally tied up in corporate rules and regulations which lock you into contracts and they try to keep you there as long as possible. I highly recommend using a mom and pop shop for interlock devices because these guys actually answer the phone when you call (trust me that is a big deal) and this company will go out of their way to help you. If you have an actual choice in interlock companies, this is the way to go hands down.
06/28/2014
By: Edward S.
United Speedometer
I went to United Speedometer today and they helped me quickly and i was in and out fast they was very helpful and friendly !
Tips & Advices
It's possible to stop a car alarm without the remote. One approach is to disconnect the car's battery, which needs to be disconnected long enough to allow the vehicle's computer to reset. The time required for this to occur varies from vehicle to vehicle, but a safe bet is to leave the battery disconnected for an hour.
Adding a car alarm will not impact a automobile warranty, provided the alarm is installed in a way that doesn't cause damage to the vehicle. Vehicle damage can sometimes occur if you install the alarm yourself. To preserve a warranty, it's a good idea to have a car alarm installed professionally.
It can be quite difficult to self-install a car alarm if you lack extensive experience in electronic circuitry. Installing a car alarm involves soldering, drilling, wire cutting, and the use of a multimeter. If you are unfamiliar with any of these tasks, it's best to have your car alarm installed by a trained professional.
A car immobilizer is a security device that prevents the car's engine from running without the presence of your key or key fob. Advanced car immobilizers will send an alert if an attempt was made to start a car without your key. Car immobilizers are automatic, and they do not require activation.
A shock sensor is a sensor used by a car alarm to detect hits and impacts to a vehicle. Vehicle theft often involves an impact such as the smashing of a car window. A shock sensor picks up on this impact and sends an alert to a car alarm's computer.

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