The Ghost is the original aftermarket CAN bus immobiliser. Protect your car from theft like nothing else on the market today.
Now TASSA verified. Who is TASSA? TASSA is a 3rd party group of industry experts from police and security testing backgrounds. For more information on them go to www.tassa.pro
The new TASSA verified Ghost-II systems also includes a special vehicle marking system used by insurance companies across Europe linking to the International Security Register.
The Ghost protects your car from key-cloning, hacking, and even key theft. The Ghost has no key-fobs or LED indications to give away its location. The Ghost uses the buttons in your vehicle such as those on the steering wheel, door panels or centre console, to allow you to make a unique, changeable, disarm sequence (like a PIN code) that must first be entered before you can drive your car. Just like your credit card but you can make your car disarm sequence even safer by making it up to 20 presses long!
- Immobilisation by communicating with the ECU
- Disarm sequence via buttons on steering wheel / dash
- No transmitted radio frequency signals
- Uses the on-board CAN data network
- User changeable disarm sequence
- Service / Valet mode means the disarm sequence is never compromised
- Secure, unique emergency code should the disarm sequence be forgotten
- Mobile application can connect to 2 phones to allow quick disarm
Can you afford to have your car stolen?
With the shortage of semi-conductor computer chips continuing across the globe it continues to disrupt the car industry. The Russia-Ukraine war, along with the covid pandemic has seen sales and production numbers taking a substantial, global hit. At ﬁrst, it seemed it was only a problem for brands of appliances and computing, but the shortage of the silicon chips has seen the automotive industry halting production in some countries, therefore fewer new vehicles are available. This has led to lengthy waiting lists at dealerships, and buyers are now looking to buy second-hand vehicles instead.
It comes as a complete shock to consumers when they are either choosing a replacement vehicle (if stolen) or if purchasing a new vehicle, when they ﬁnd out the lengthy wait for a new vehicle. The best scenario would be once a vehicle has been purchased customers should look at enhancing the security of the vehicle, with an Autowatch Ghost immobiliser. Vehicles are being stolen right across the country and the rate of theft has increased. According to the P A News Agency there has been 88,915 up until March 2022. Thieves are stealing in demand vehicles for the parts and can strip one within hours. It seems there has been a 40% decrease in car vehicle production in the UK alone.