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Protect Your Investment

Whether you own a Toyota Land Cruiser, restored Hot Rod, or a collection of classic cars, a passion for unique and historic cars is something that never goes away – and often grows with the number of cars you own. Make sure you protect your classic cars from theft, so you can proudly show them off for years to come.

AJAX Alarm Starter Kits


Starter Kit is a wireless alarm kit that includes motion and opening detectors, an alarm keyfob, and a hub to control the system. This equipment is enough to protect your Garage. As soon as an intruder opens the door, the system activates an alarm, notifying users and/or a security company. 


In case of intrusion, the alarm kit with a MotionCam detector sends a photo confirmation.


Starter Kit uses several communication channels: 

GSM and Ethernet. 


Uniarch CCTV Kit


Uniarch 6MP Starlight 4ch Kit includes: 


3 x Uniarch 6MP Starlight Fixed Turret Network Camera.

1 x Uniarch 4-ch 1-SATA Ultra 265/H.265/H.264 NVR.

1 x WD Purple Surveillance Hard Drive 1000GB.


This kit allows for two camera's on the outside of the garage and one inside camera which can send a notification to your mobile device if an intruder entered your garage.


Safe Smart Home also sell Dahua CCTV - Call for more option.


Here are a few tips to help you protect your car or classic vehicle:

1. Security.

Install an alarm and/or CCTV system by an authorised and licenced security installer to protect your garage.

At Safe Smart Home we specialise in security systems that can be self monitored with no monthly fee's.

2. Find the right storage facility.

The best location is a clean garage with room for your car – and no hazards close by, like lawn equipment, power tools, or kids’ toys. You may want a power source, so you can hook up a battery trickle charger. 

3. Keep all important documents.

The original manuals and historic photos, as well as your car’s repair history, will help you appreciate your investment and might even increase its value.

4. Take photos.

Do you treat your car like a member of the family? Many of us do. Taking pictures of your “baby” each year can help you notice small deteriorations in condition and can be important to future owners.

5. Do the maintenance.

Find a reliable mechanic who specializes in your marque and address any problems promptly. Keeping up on maintenance will speak volumes to prospective future owners.

6. Take her out for a ride.

Drive your car at least every few weeks, so you can maintain proper lubrication and identify any maintenance needs. Even if you want to keep the mileage down, a couple dozen miles each month won’t hurt the car’s value.

7. Prepare for extended storage periods.

If you have no choice but to keep your car in storage for long periods of time, drain or treat the fuel and take steps to prevent rodent infestations. Contact your local car club for other ideas.

8. Properly insure your classic.

Not all insurers are alike. Find one that doesn’t limit your mileage, offers Agreed Value, and allows you to choose the most qualified repair shop. If your car is damaged, you’ll want it to be repaired to its original specifications with the highest quality parts, so you can protect your investment.

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