Compustar PRO T12 Remote Start and Security

Compustar PRO T12 Remote Start and Security

The Compustar PRO T12 is the industry's most powerful and premium solution for vehicle remote start and security. Equipped with industry-leading 3-mile range, you will be able to start your car or truck from nearly anywhere. The PRO T12 is also equipped with 2-way technology, so that even if you can't see your car or truck, you will still receive confirmation that your vehicle is locked/started.

Backed by a 3-year PRO warranty. The Compustar PRO T12 is available at all authorized Compustar PRO dealers in the United States and Canada. Visit www.compustar.com to find a dealer near you.

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