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- ASIN: B000COX0VU
- Item model number: 263DAT
By : Master Lock
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Master Lock Titanium High Security Steering Wheel Lock is created to offer security for the steering wheel. It attributes a quad lock design and is created from titanium material which tends to make the lock indestructible. This lock facilitates very easy installation and is backed by limited lifetime warranty.
- Developed to provide security for the steering wheel
- Functions a quad lock style
- Created from titanium material
- Facilitates straightforward installation
- Limited lifetime warranty
I got this steering wheel lock for my 2000 Honda Civic Si. My car got broken into and I found this bar laying on the back seat. Found the bar was bent in the middle. It's an awesome deterrent but the car thieves managed to get off without a problem. If they want your car bad enough they will find a way. Good thing I have an alarm with starter kill and a clutch pedal lock.
Let's be honest, if someone really wants to steal your car, and if they have the motivation, they're going to do it. But that doesn't mean you should make it easy for them. The Masterlock Steering Wheel Lock gives theives a hard time. Its double hooks make cutting the steering wheel and slipping it off more difficult. Prying or otherwise tampering with the bar could easily set off the horn, giving the theif unwanted attention. My only compaint is that the bar is difficult to install on my Taurus, as I have to set the wheel in a certain position in order to get a snug fit. Other than that, it provides a good means to keep the joyriders away from my car. Use this or something like it (pedal lock, tire lock, gearshift lock) along with some common sense (don't leave your car unlocked, don't leave your valuables on display) and your car should be fine.