Unlike pets and houseguests, vehicles don’t hold grudges after getting sprayed with a hose and locked outside the house. Customize your understanding car with today’s Groupon to Audio House. Choose from the following options:
- For $149, you get the installation of a basic remote-start system (a $299 value).
- For $199, you get the installation of an advanced remote-start system with theft bypass (a $399 value).
- For $249, you get the installation of an advanced remote-start system with theft bypass and alarm integration (a $499 value).<p>
Audio House’s MECP-certified installers carefully wire cars and trucks with devices that let drivers ignite engines with the push of a remote’s button. After calling and making an appointment, customers can push their horseless chariots into the shop, where staffers will spend about two hours implanting a remote-start system. The basic system’s remotes can rouse slumbering motors from up to 500 feet away, while the advanced system can do the same at approximately 1,000 feet. Adding the alarm feature lets the newly installed remote-starter team up with the vehicle’s security system to unleash a barrage of honks, beeps, and freight-train noises to alert drivers of would-be thieves.
Audio House's fully insured, MECP-certified installers carefully wire vehicles with an assortment of auto-enhancing devices and accessories. Remote-start systems let owners rouse slumbering motors at a distance, and car alarms from such top manufacturers as Viper and Auto Page unleash a barrage of honks, beeps, and freight-train noises to alert drivers of would-be thieves. In-dash GPS systems put hassle-free navigation at drivers' fingertips, and device-integration services couple mp3 players and cell phones with existing audio infrastructure. For an entertainment upgrade, the crew can install mobile video accessories and add tinted windows to shield cars from passing bikers trying to sneak a peek of the in-cabin movie.