Definition of immobilizer in English:

immobilizer

Line breaks: im¦mo¦bil|izer
Pronunciation: /ɪˈməʊbɪlʌɪzə
 
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(also immobiliser)

noun

A device for immobilizing a motor vehicle in order to prevent theft.
More example sentences
  • Electronic engine immobilisers prevent your vehicle from starting and are one of the best ways to stop thieves if the key is not stolen.
  • There are deadlocks, a low tyre pressure indicator, an engine immobiliser, rear parking sensor, a dipping left hand mirror for easier reversing, superb xenon headlamps and automatic headlights and wipers.
  • The majority of new vans have engine immobilisers fitted, and these are the best alarm-based products to use.

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