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Security Recommendation?

Hi guys,

Can anyone out there recommend any effective additional security I could add to my new 108 when I get it?

I've looked at the 4tress Steering Lock and also the Disklok accompanied by the cover as it apparently leaves indents in the steering wheel.

Does anyone have first rate knowledge/experience of these products or any other products that would be better. All recommendations and opinions on the products i've mentioned appreciated.

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Which one ,apparently, leaves indents? I've bought the 4Tress, hopefully it shouldn't do much harm to a leather steering wheel.
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I've read reviews on the Disklok and it's that one that apparently leaves indents in a leather steering wheel. The reviewer of the Disklok wasn't a happy chappy that it had done this and said that there should be some sort of disclosure on the product to state that it did this.
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Thanks, I knew the Disklok would leave a big indent on your foot if you dropped it
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I'm sure it would
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They use them in South Africa and they work
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Can't you just lock your doors? Do you live in an area where there is a lot of car theft?

Only security system I can think of is the bar that goes across the steering wheel, I think they call it "the Club".
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No my area is fine, I was thinking more of when I go away, say for example Edinburgh, Blackpool etc. What kind of security could I use seeing as I don't know the areas well enough and would hate to get stranded somewhere
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Can't you just lock your doors? Do you live in an area where there is a lot of car theft?

Only security system I can think of is the bar that goes across the steering wheel, I think they call it "the Club".
does a locked door turn the windows smash proof?
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