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Thank you for the info. Most useful and I am beginning to get some very good feedback to my questions, as well as some daft comments about invalidating my insurance if I immobilise the alarm when on the ferry with 2 dogs in the car!
Would speak to your insurer regarding that ..may find they okay that but get it in writing

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Thank you for the info. Most useful and I am beginning to get some very good feedback to my questions, as well as some daft comments about invalidating my insurance if I immobilise the alarm when on the ferry with 2 dogs in the car!
How does the ferry service feel about animals left in cars ?
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Other problem to remember is if you isolate the sensors and alarm is still active all windows will shut meaning no ventilation

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Thank you for the info. Most useful and I am beginning to get some very good feedback to my questions, as well as some daft comments about invalidating my insurance if I immobilise the alarm when on the ferry with 2 dogs in the car!
I did try to defuse that one.
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How does the ferry service feel about animals left in cars ?
The ferry Co's like it & so do the dogs. If you've ever been on a ferry by the pound. You'll understand.
AFAIK, as long as they can't get too hot & breathe, but not escape into the car deck, tis fine. Car deck is secured when under way, so theft of or from vehicle is not an issue.

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....The ferry Co's like it & so do the dogs. If you've ever been on a ferry by the pound. You'll understand.
AFAIK, as long as they can't get too hot & breathe, but not escape into the car deck, tis fine. Car deck is secured when under way, so theft of or from vehicle is not an issue.
I'm with you but some companies have rules that prohibit.

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