Automotive Dictionary: Anti-Theft Device

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Automotive Dictionary: Anti-Theft Device
Throughout this site we use many technical terms, and given the breadth of readership our site enjoys, sometimes we are remiss and incorrectly assume everyone knows what we are referring to. For those that do not, here are some explanations of the technical terms use.

Anti-Theft Device:

Any device to discourage thieves. Electric devices may isolate the ignition circuit or sound the horn when the car is tampered with. Mechanical devices lock the steering, gear lever or clutch pedal. A variety of locks are obtainable for most removable articles such as wheels, spare wheels and aerials.
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