LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System with Early Warning
LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System With Early Warning
Have you ever worried about your vehicle being stolen overnight, while at a shopping plaza or at the airport? Hours or sometimes even days can pass before you realize your vehicle is gone; giving thieves more time to disappear with your vehicle.
The LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System with Early Warning* functions through a simple keychain fob that communicates directly with the LoJack Unit installed inside your vehicle. If your car is driven or moved and your keychain fob is not detected within the vehicle, you’ll receive an alert via text, email and/or phone call typically within 15-30 minutes depending on your coverage area.**
Please note: if the battery in your keychain fob needs to be replaced, and your vehicle is driven or moved with that keychain fob present, this too will trigger an alert to be sent to you. Click here for instructions on how to change the battery in your keychain fob. Once you’ve replaced the battery, driving with your keychain fob will reset your Early Warning system.
For complete details on the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System with Early Warning please review Page 13-22 of the LoJack Owner’s manual.
Included in the manual are the following:
· Setting up your account (page 14)
· System overview (pages 15-16)
· Maintenance (pages 17-18)
· Second owner information (page 19)
· User agreement (pages 20-22)
Information about LoJack® System Installation and Maintenance
*The Early Warning upgrade is optional and will not affect the operation of your LoJack System. Early Warning is not available in Michigan. Perchlorate Material—special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
**LoJack® unit activation is contingent upon the vehicle being located within LoJack's coverage area that span counties across 29 states throughout the US. See lojack.com/coverage or call 1-800-4-LoJack.
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