SIMPLE SECURITY WITH A CONVENIENT KEY!
Simple security with a convenient key!
Sad to say, but when you have nice stuff, there are bad guys out there that want to take your stuff from you. Thieves are terrible, and we hope that you never have a personal encounter with their ilk, but we are also realistic enough to know that it does happen and it could happen to any one of us on any given day (or night). One of the simplest forms of theft protection is a padlock. Believe it or not, padlocks have been used to protect valuables for thousands of years. Many specialty locks have been developed for specific applications like receiver and coupler locks. But it is hard to use a lock if you can't find the key, and if you don't use the lock a thief could make off with your goods.
Fortunately, the team at Bolt Lock has developed locks that work with your vehicle’s ignition key rather than a stand-alone key. They offer several locking products that accept keys from popular cars and trucks including Dodge/jeep/ram, Ford, GM, Nissan and Toyota. The locks are sold unkeyed and without keys—the owner “keys” the lock to his/her ignition key by inserting it into the lock and turning it clockwise until it stops, permanently coding that lock to the vehicle’s ignition key.
The procedure of keying the locks is incredibly simple and easy to do. While we were visiting RLC Motorsports to do the work truck upgrade on Jeremy Watson’s 2016 Chevrolet 3500 HD elsewhere in this issue, Josh Meadows coded seven locks to Watson’s truck key in about 2-3 minutes, and it would have been faster if we weren’t slowing him down with our camera. Follow along to see how the cool Bolt Lock products work, and look for them at a local retailer to help secure your stuff. In addition to building great security products, Bolt Lock stands behind them with a Limited Lifetime Warranty to give you peace of mind that the locks will be able to protect your stuff for as long as you own your vehicle. UDBG
Here is a great selection of Bolt Locks for a contractor like Jeremy Watson, who will use them to secure tools and equipment to the trailer with the cable locks, protect his trailer while it is off the truck, secure the coupler and receiver and have traditional padlocks for the shop and garage.