Remote start provides the luxury of getting into a car that is already acclimated to your temperature preference. It’s perfect for all weather conditions, whether you want to cool down your car on a hot summer day or warm it up in the freezing cold. With the push of a button from your smartphone or remote start device, you’ll experience a more comfortable drive in the face of extreme weather.
Remote starts are easy to use: simply press a button on your remote or smartphone from your location indoors and the car turns on. You also have the capability to turn off your car using your remote if your plans have changed. Once initiated, the parking lights will flash to confirm the signal was successful and the vehicle will stay locked until you unlock it. It is important to keep in mind that you will need to actually turn your key in the ignition in order to put your car into gear.
Remote Start and Security Systems
There are many remote start models that come with extra features that can further enhance the convenience of a remote start system. Added features include: complete security, temperature sensors that automatically start the car when the temperature falls to a set level, the ability to start your car from anywhere in the world via your SmartPhone. Now you can remote start, control, or locate your car just by pushing a button on your smartphone.
Come in today and let us help configure a solution that fits your needs and your car. Every vehicle is different, so it is important to make these improvements with a professional who knows exactly what your car needs and how to install it.
At Audiotronics we offer expert advice as well as stress free installation. We’re here to help so feel free to stop by one of our locations or message us to get your new system started. The only thing we recommend doing yourself when it comes to your new system is showing it off.
At Audiotronics we offer expert advice as well as a stress-free installation. We’re here to help so feel free to stop by one of our locations or message us to get your new system started. The only thing we recommend doing yourself when it comes to your new system is showing it off.