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FAQ's

  1. What is the difference between a deadlock and Slamlock?
  2. Can all locks work with the same key?
  3. Do you fit on site?
  4. Do you do development Installations?
  5. Do you offer bulk/fleet discounts?
  6. What is a Defender?
  7. What is Thatcham Accreditation?
  8. Will supplementary locks lower my insurance premium?

Q. What is the difference between a deadlock and Slamlock?

A. A Slamlock automatically engages when the door is closed whereas a deadlock requires the key to lock and unlock.

A Slamlock integrates with the existing locking mechanism on your vehicle whereas a deadlock is completely separate from the existing locking mechanism.

Q. Can all locks work with the same key?

A. Each kit comes with 2 identical keys that operate all locks within that kit. Additionally, vehicles within a fleet can be master keyed.

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Q. Do you fit on site?

A. We are lock manufacturers and supply the trade. We have 200 installers throughout the UK. We can refer you to your nearest dealer or one with mobile capability.

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Q. Do you do development Fits?

A. Our Technical Department undertake installations at our Gravesend workshops to look at new vehicles and keep us up to date. Please call us to see if we can help.

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Q. Do you offer bulk/fleet discounts?

A. Yes, please contact us for further details.

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Q. What is a Defender?

A. This is a very useful repair and protection plate that fits around a vehicle lock that is not part of the handle.

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Q. What is Thatcham Accreditation?

A. Thatcham is an Automotive Test House that monitors quality of production and Attack tests security products.

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Q. Will your services lower my insurance premium?

A. It is more likely that additional locking will help you get cover for tools and contents

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