Is a Remote Control Starter Safe to Operate?

Is a Remote Control Starter Safe to Operate?

Remote starter systems are safer than normal key entry in many cases. All remote key systems require the key to be in the ignition or the key to be in the vehicle before shifting from park to drive or reverse, ensuring the car cannot move unless the driver is ready.

Remote starters can alert the owner when a car's locks and security systems are being tampered with, allowing them to set off the car's alarm remotely. Remote starters also allow for the driver to have the car preheated before entering and streamline the process of thawing ice from the hood and windows.