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Area with worst ever security for cars in KL

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Posted 12 June 2005 - 10:05 AM


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Original poster : azbro

Original post : Since got no thread for JB area....make sure you secure
your car if wanna
go Giant Plentong JB...a few years back my friend lost his Unser there.
Made the report and the cop said that his car was the 46th Unser stolen in


From what I know, these things happen at almost every hypermarkets in
Malaysia. One security guard at Giant Seremban also talk about few cars
being stolen at the hypermarket. Yes...Unser is one of the popular
vehicles to be stolen. One of the thing you can do is to install a
security ignition key to your car. The standard ignition is not good
enough. It cost around RM 200 - 300. Once somebody broke into my car but
didn't get anything coz I install the secure ignition key. Nothing was
stolen from the car so I assume the thief wanted to steal my car. My
mistake coz I parked the car at a secluded place.



Posted 21 June 2005 - 11:39 PM


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i vote for KL vistana hotel
my sis car got stolen at vistana hotel undergrd carpark. next day 3 owner
including my sis reported car lost at the same place. waja, pv6, and


Posted 22 July 2005 - 12:44 AM



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no where is save...jus remember to lock an extra lock into the car n dun
put any valueble thing inside the car...i lock my car wif 2 extra lock...1
for my steering n 1 for my gear...


Posted 22 July 2005 - 01:33 AM


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Keep the interior clean, as in no visible stuffs that seduce the thiefs.

If you can, detach the cdplayer face plate too.

Lock everything you have.

Park in brighly lit area, no dodgy places.

You should be quite alright.


Posted 22 July 2005 - 08:01 AM


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The advice to NOT leave things in your car in plain sight is nothing new.
All of us have heard it, read about it, talked about it a thousand times.
I think even the police are fed-up of giving out this reminder!

Yet, I find it so strange that many, many people continue do it and end
up having their cars broken into! Just look at the posts in this thread