Control Your Car Over the Internet with the Internet Controlled Car!
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Want to control your car over the Internet? It’s possible now, thanks to the Internet-controlled car control system called the “Keplar Security System” just introduced by Inilex! Lock and unlock your car doors, start your car up (great for those cold winter mornings!), disable the engine, and even track your car, all over the Internet!

According to Inilex, owners of cars that have their “Keplar Advantage” technology installed will be able to perform these functions via Internet and cell phone, be able to receive text and email alerts regarding the location of their car, be able to disable the car with a single phone call, lock and unlock the doors, and start the car remotely.


Beyond that, they can receive notices of “e-fence violations” and “excessive speed”, meaning that you can set geographical boundaries for where the car may be driven, and monitor the speed (think “teen borrows the car”).

Says Inilex, “One of the most unique features that the Kepler Security System from Inilex offers is the “QuickFence.” The QuickFence gives the customer the ability to secure their vehicle wherever it’s parked using their cell phone. The Kepler Security System locates the position of the vehicle and sets a virtual fence around it. If the vehicle moves outside the QuickFence, the customer will be notified via text message on their cell phone or by email. The customer can relay real-time information, such as speed and location, to the police, who recognize that as a “crime in progress.â€? This is a higher priority for the police to respond to than simply reporting a vehicle theft, which they consider a “crime committed.â€?

So just how much does all this Internet-based security goodness cost?

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Well, the super-deluxe package, the “Keplar Advantage”, is $1279.00. This package gives you all of the cool features listed above. However there are two other packages – the basic “Kepler” for $697.00, which gives you all of the base capabilities of the GPS features to find and track your vehicle, and the mid-range package, the “Kepler Plus”, which gives you “more functionality with tracking, start and stop reporting, speed reporting and multiple geo fencing” for $920.00. But if you want the nifty door locking and unlocking and the ability to start and disable your car, you need to get the high-end Keplar Advantage.

Or, you could just buy The Club for $34.99.

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  1. wait isnt this standard feature already? or is it just a fix up for those with super sensitive proximity sensors, anyways guys good job

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