Remote Start Installation Service

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Remote starters can provide convenience and comfort, but finding the right type can be overwhelming. Your UniglassPlus experts can help you make the right choice for your needs and budget. We work hard to stay up to date on the latest technologies so you don't have to.

Remote starters come in a variety of models and prices. Some can be programmed, have various features, and their range may vary. There are three basic types of remote starters:

  • Smart
  • Two-Way
  • One-Way

Smart Remote Starter

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Did you know your smartphone can now start your car, lock and unlock its doors, and more? With a compatible device (iPhone or Android) and the starting module installed in your vehicle, you just download the mobile app for your phone. You don’t even have to be near your car, just be connected to a 4G or Wi-Fi network.

You can also add the smartphone functionality to an existing remote starter after checking for compatibility, which eliminates the need to carry a transmitter.

Certain types of products offer even more functionality, like being able to locate your vehicle in a large parking lot or if it’s stolen and also diagnose engine error codes.

Two-Way Remote Starter

Remote starters communicate information about your vehicle to you via a remote transmitter. The information can include interior temperature, battery voltage, open doors, shock sensor alert, open hood, locked or unlocked doors. The transmitter can also tell time and be used as an alarm clock.

Transmitters for these remotes are typically larger and feature an LCD screen that clearly displays your vehicle information. These models are in the higher-end price range.

Basic models have a range of about 800 feet while premium models extend up to 3,000 feet or more.

One-Way Remote Starter

These remotes communicate with your vehicle using a smaller device. You start your vehicle by pressing a button, which sends a signal from the remote transmitter to the remote starter module in the vehicle. These models are entry-level and priced accordingly. There are a number of models in this category. Models at the basic level are usually one-button remote starters that simply start your vehicle. As you move up in price, you can add these features:

  • Additional remote transmitters
  • Door lock and unlock
  • Trunk release—a simple convenience when your hands are full
  • Panic button—draw attention to yourself should you feel the need
  • Valet mode— to disable the remote starter so your mechanic can work on the vehicle safely
  • Car locator—prompts your horn and flashes the lights
  • Extended range - enjoy a greater remote starting distance
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