Today, a remote car starter can be installed in practically every vehicle – it’s simply not a feature for the luxury class alone. In fact, a remote car starter is one of the best after-market investments that can me made. What’s important, however, is to install a remote car starter professionally. It’s the best way to avoid making installation mistakes, while preventing problems from developing.
Which remote starter is best for you?
Smart Phone Remote Starter
The Smart Phone control system can be added to an existing remote starter (or starter/alarm). In addition to the start and stop capability, this system also allows for locking and unlocking doors. Finally, the Smart Phone Remote Starter may be used to activate other accessories (open trunk).
Viper SmartStart Remote Starter
Viper makes it possible to start, lock, or unlock a vehicle just by using a smart device (Android, iPhone, iPad, or iPod). SmartStart is the leader in remote starters and vehicle security. The app also makes it possible to control multiple vehicles, and assign multiple users to control a vehicle.
Compustar all-in-one Starter Kit
With a host of advanced features, Compustar also offers an optional compatibility feature for “plug-and-play” installation. As well, the system can be upgraded to perform as a start/alarm system. Professional expertise is required to install a remote car starter system of this type.
Compustar Prime (Start/Security)
Compustar Prime has a range of up to 3000 feet. The system allows for remote starting; locking and unlocking; as well as arming and disarming security. Compatible with push-start vehicles, Compustar can be customized to activate heated seats, rear defrost, and windows (maximum 2).
BMW and MINI Remote Starters
These starters allow BMW or MINI owners to use the factory key. Vehicle models 2005 to 2015 are compatible, and the system can be paired with several aftermarket long-range kits. A highly advanced system, it’s necessary to install a remote car starter system like this one professionally.
Mercedes Benz Remote Starters
The Smartkey Starter® uses the “panic” button, without affecting the normal function. This system is compatible with most models back to 2003. The SmartKey Starter® is seamless, with a near zero failure rate. “Plug and play” integration is possible with longer-range transmitters.
To avoid mistakes, install a remote car starter system professionally
By any definition, a remote car starter is a highly technical device - and installation is equally technical. Simply put, professional installation is the key to long-term satisfaction. This is not the right time to be cutting corners or to shop for the “lowest bid”. Quite often, remote starters can involve some complex work and getting into a DIY approach can be a recipe for many problems.
Trained professionals will install a remote car starter system correctly the first time. This will maximize the technical experience, and will prevent mistakes that could be costly to undo. With remote car starters, an expert installation will not void the vehicle’s warranty (regardless of what the car dealer has to say). With a professional, vehicle owners are assured of a job done right.