Charlie wrote:I go for obvious physical protection rather than camera's, although I do have motion activated spotlights on my drive that come on the moment anyone steps on it.
My (integral to the house) garage can be entered from the house too, the garage space is motion protected on the house alarm system. The up and over garage door is bolted on both sides from the inside. It has an external padlock, an additional security teebar with high security padlock on the bottom outside so It can't be folded over at either top, sides or bottom. I also put two trembler alarms on the door itself in case someone tries pushing or banging on it if its dark or I am in bed....oh yeah, I park two cars in front of the door at night too lol. Both would need moving to get to the door. There is one car there in the day. I am aware the bastards could still get in if they really wanted to - but they will have to work hard and noisily in full view on a very busy road to get there. I hope (sorry guys) they will find it easier to nick someone else's pride and joy
Guy up the road had a similar set up...basturds broke into the house and pinched his motocrossers, took them through the house. It would be a bit more difficult with a big old zed.