My biggest fear is having my car key copied and they would just drive off that easily. I know it has happened to many people. I live in an apartment, so I have no garage. My car sleeps outside. My car doesn't have an alarm either. The car has that immobilization system, but if they find a way to copy my key, is game over.
It is less likely to happen in an apartment complex, since there are so many cars and apartment, unless they were doing some serious surveillance. Supposedly, you can buy one of those RFID key fob blockers, but I don't know how good they are. People have tested them and the cars won't start when the key is inside these bags.
I don't live in a bad area, but you never know. My apartment building is next to a main street, not sure if that's a good thing or not. It makes it less likely for robbers to be there, since on the other side there are cars driving by. There is more visibility.
Been considering installing an alarm system, but I don't know if it will be worth it.
is the mazda 6 an always on key fob or is only activated when in range? but even if just 1 feet activation, all they have to do is get an amplifier which can send signal to 300 feet away
How is it possible that a bunch of geeks with some cheap homemade boxes can defeat thousands of dollars of security created by these huge ass car companies, is ridiculous, almost as if nothing can be done to beat the thieves, they're always one step ahead of everyone