LOJACK ANTI-THEFT & RECOVERY
With motor vehicle theft topping the charts as the number one property crime in the U.S.,* LoJack fills a clear market need for an effective stolen vehicle recovery solution. The LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System provides car owners with peace of mind knowing that if their vehicle is stolen, they stand a better chance of getting it back. The LoJack® System can detect vehicles in areas such as parking garages, shipping containers, and heavily wooded areas, where other systems may not.**
*Based on average value lost; FBI Uniform Crime Reports (2012) **LoJack® unit activation is contingent upon the vehicle being located within LoJack’s coverage area that spans counties across 29 states throughout the US and the District of Columbia. You may find LoJack’s coverage areas at www.lojack.com/coverage or by calling 1-800-4-LoJack.
LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery units (“LoJack unit(s)”) contain lithium primary (non-rechargeable) batteries. A battery’s useful service life can vary but is generally expected to be a minimum of five (5) years and up to ten (10) years, depending upon a variety of factors including, but not limited to, environmental factors, such as severe heat or cold conditions, long periods of vehicle storage, vehicle damage in accidents that may harm the LoJack unit, and frequency of usage. For more information, see the Recommended and Required Maintenance Sections in this Owner’s Manual.
Installation, Inspection and Servicing of LoJack Units
Ron Carter Customs is authorized and trained to install LoJack units which is good for you because LoJack requires that their units only be installed, serviced or inspected by LoJack technicians or authorized third-parties trained by LoJack. Upon the completion of installation or servicing, the technician tests the LoJack unit to ensure it is functioning properly. Under no circumstances should you or any unauthorized third party open or tamper with the LoJack unit; doing so will void your warranty.
Although the LoJack unit is designed to withstand normal wear and tear, its life expectancy and performance may vary depending upon several factors including, but not limited to, long periods of vehicle storage, vehicle damage in accidents, environmental factors, and the service life of the batteries contained within the LoJack unit.
LoJack recommends that you have your LoJack unit inspected every two (2) years to verify it is functioning properly. LoJack also recommends that you have the LoJack unit inspected if any of the following occur:
(a) the vehicle was stolen and reported stolen in a LoJack coverage area and it is recovered*;
(b) the vehicle was in an accident or suffered physical damage;
(c) the vehicle experienced battery or electrical problems;
(d) the vehicle has not been operated for more than a month;
(e) other aftermarket accessories or electrical equipment (e.g., radios, built-in radar detectors, DVD players or other audio/video devices) were installed after installation of the LoJack unit.
If your vehicle is stolen and reported stolen in a LoJack coverage area and is recovered, the batteries may be depleted by use of the LoJack unit in tracking and locating the stolen vehicle. If the LoJack unit is still under warranty at the time of the activation event, LoJack requires that you have the LoJack unit inspected within the warranty term to maintain warranty coverage.
The cost of the inspection, except for inspections within the warranty period due to Required Maintenance, is $99**. Please note that any additional costs for repairs or replacement components are not included in the inspection cost.
**The inspection cost is subject to change without notice.
INCLUDES EARLY WARNING DETECTION