If your car didn’t come with a remote start, don’t worry—you have options within your reach: aftermarket remote starters. These systems can be installed to deliver convenience, as well as comfort and security. A preheated car proves easier to defrost and works better in cold conditions. And, some aftermarket remote start systems feature enhanced security protocols and alerts. You can trigger your remote starter in one of 3 ways: Using your factory remote, using an extended range remote, or using your smartphone:
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PUSH BUTTON START
- ADDS REMOTE START TO FACTORY KEYLESS
- STEADY OR FLASHING PARKING LIGHTS
- DIESEL COMPATIBLE
1-WAY REMOTE START
- (2) 1-WAY REMOTE TRANSMITTERS
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY (TRAVELERS WARRANTY)
- UP TO 1,200 FEET OPERATING RANGE
- 1-YR 3G CELLULAR COVERAGE INCLUDED
- REMOTE START
- STOLEN VEHICLE ASSISTANCE
- CAR BATTERY STATUS
- LOCK/UNLOCK YOUR CAR USING APP ON YOUR SMARTPHONE or SMARTWATCH
Now that we have addressed the different type of remote starters lets talk about the things you should consider when purchasing a remote starter so that you will be sure to find the remote starter that best fits you and your vehicle’s needs..
Additional Features. Some remote start systems include nothing but the basics, while others add keyless entry, smartphone compatibility, and defrost settings. You should decide which features matter to better weigh purchasing options.
Quality. When evaluating remote starters, consider quality before price. You’ll be happier in the long run.
Range. All remote starters list some sort of range, usually between 500 and 3,000 feet. The number cited refers to ideal conditions; that is, it’s the range you’ll see without walls and other obstructions in the way.
Engine speed sensing. A good remote start system monitors RPMs to prevent over-revving. It also ensures the car actually turns on as it’s supposed to.
Warranty. You should always read the fine print for a remote starter. The system, or “brain,” usually comes with a warranty that lasts as long as you own the car. The remote control typically claims an expiration date