Electronic car theft is gathering pace in the UK and the Sunday Times have picked up on growing concerns for owners of Luxury branded cars. Sales of steering wheel crook locks peaked in the mid 90’s to protect the theft of performance hatchback and saloons such as the Ford RS Turbo and Vauxhall GSi’s. However, it seems that 20 years later the old school wheel lock is coming back to the rescue and is the best defence for protecting new school cars and keyless entry thefts.
Off course, the Disklok is the strongest lock on the market and is the biggest deterrent among car thieves. It fits most models of Luxury cars including Range Rover, Land Rover, BMW, Mercedes, Audi and Fords.
See this report by Nick Gibbs in the Sunday Times on 27th July 2014 for the stark reality owners in London face.