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Kia and Hyundai have developed a software update to prevent thefts of certain models of their vehicles.

Many older models of these cars lack electronic immobilizers, making them an easy target for car thieves who have been posting videos online demonstrating how to steal them.

The software update, which will be provided to vehicle owners free of charge, extends the length of the alarm from 30 seconds to a full minute and requires the key to be in the ignition switch to turn the vehicle on.

Both companies will roll out the software updates over the next several months.

This news is a relief for the tens of thousands of vehicle owners whose cars are at high risk of theft.





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