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Security Locks

We stock different types or security locks, Dead Locks, Hook Locks, Slam Locks and Pro Plates take a look thorugh the range for more information.


Dead Locks from £130.00 + VAT Per Lock

A dead lock is a mechanical device fitted to a vehicle door for added security. It is operating by a high security key and works by throwing a bolt into a receiver fitted to the opposing body section by the turn of the key. 

Hook Locks from £130 + VAT Per Lock

Operated by a high security key, a secondary Mortice lock that acts independently to the manufacturer’s locking system by throwing a hook bolt into a specially designed keep, enabling optimum vehicle security.  A Hook lock operates the same as a Deadlock but a hook is thrown from the lock case which latched onto the keep instead of a solid bolt shooting into the keep / receiver.

Slam Locks from £125.00 + VAT Per Lock

A Slam Lock is a device that automatically locks the vehicle door immediately it is shut.

Pro-Plates from £110.00 + VAT Per Door

The Pro-plate offers the same type of protection as other handle protection products but it has no holes to drill (not invalidating manufacturer’s paint warranty/issues of rust)


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RGR Garages (Cranfield) Ltd. Registered in the UK. Registered office - High Street, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, MK43 0DG. Directors. A Grimes, M Grimes, S Riddy, P Wildman. We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for credit brokerage. FCA No. 670563

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