The Worst Misconceptions About Installing a Remote Car Starter

The Internet is a great place for gathering information quickly. However, you want to make sure that what you are reading is accurate so that you don’t make important decisions based on faulty information. Here are some misconceptions regarding aftermarket remote car starters that we would like to debunk for you today.

  • Misconception #1: If I have a remote car starter installed, it will void my warranty – In 1975, the federal government enacted the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. It clearly states that if a malfunction occurs and a warranty is in place, the manufacturer has to honor it. The only way that this would not be the case is if a bad installer breaks something during the process. That’s not the manufacturer’s fault. So choose an experienced installer.
  • Misconception #2: You don’t need a long range remote starter if you park in your own driveway – First off, this depends on how big your house and driveway are. Second of all, you may want to start your car as you come out of the grocery store. If you parked on the other end of the lot, you would be happy to have the longer range.
  • Misconception #3: It’s not worth it because I’ll only use it in winter – Fix this easily by leaving your air conditioning on when you shut the car in summer. Then you can use your remote starter to cool your car as well.

Get Your Remote Starter Installed By San Diego Professionals

At Soundiego, we have not only talented installers but also a wide array of upgrades for your vehicle. For example, you can get your remote starter as a part of a complete car alarm system to protect your vehicle and provide convenience. Give us a call today at 619.582.5577 to learn more, or you can request a quote online.

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