In recent years, cases of burglary have dropped from 10,516 for every 100,000 people in 2002 to a prevalence of 6,031 in 2014. Despite these numbers, burglary continues to be a prevalent problem among residents due to rampant break-ins in both cars and homes that result in stolen cash and valuables. The police have recommended the use of safes apart from fortified doors and windows to deter theft.
However, if you’re new to safes and unsure of how to use them, here’s what you need to know about their proper installation on buildings and in vehicles.
Proper Installation Tips
After buying your safe, the next step is installing it properly, preferably by fixing it on the floorboard for improved security. Other measures can be taken to secure safes in vehicles as well. Bear in mind it is better to have the safe hidden from view such as under a seat or if you have an SUV or van, you can put it behind a seat and conceal it. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2q0Nq6l