An extra level of anti-theft protection for your vehicle.
Prevents Thief from Starting Your Car
More Dependable than Locks or Security Systems
Provides Peace of Mind
Pairs with Pre-Authorized Cell Phone via Bluetooth® Transmitter to Enable Ignition
Without Phone, Car Will Not Start
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Larry V. Ruthven of Livingston, TX has created a vehicle ignition disabling device that offers an extra level of anti-theft protection.The idea was born after a friend had his truck stolen from his driveway while he was working in the backyard. He immediately pulled his smartphone from his pocket and called the police and then called Larry. A week later, as they were on their way to Colorado to pick up his stolen truck, Larry realized if his friends truck had been linked to his phone, they would not be driving to Colorado to pick it up and could have avoided the stress altogether. Over the next couple of weeks, Larry tumbled the idea around in his head and created the Bluetooth Ignition Interrupt!As an owner approaches their vehicle, the invention automatically pairs with a pre-authorized cell phone via a Bluetooth transmitter. This enables the ignition. Should the phone not be present, the vehicle will not start. Not only does this provide a superior level of theft protection, it also alerts the owner that he or she may have left their cell phone behind before driving off.Dont let vehicle theft happen to you. Want to learn more about the Bluetooth Ignition Interrupt? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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