Keep Your Valuables Safe, Even In Your Car With Console Vault

A few years back, before I had my kids. I had my car broken into. It was very terrifying, and such an eye opening experience. You see, it was partially my own fault as I accidentally didn’t lock all my doors. And though I thought I was in safe area I quickly found out I was not. I had some valuable possessions stolen out of my car that night. They caught the kid who did it, not even two weeks later because my coworkers were watching the work parking lot like hawks at all times. I did eventually have most of my items recovered, but not all. If I would have had a Console Vault, my possessions would have been safe.




With how much my husband needs to drive, and check out different work sites, he has a terrible habit of leaving his car unlocked. So I decided, we should really find some way to protect anything important he leaves in his truck. I went to the Console Vault website, and found his make and model of his truck and easily found the perfect vault for his truck. I told him about it, and he was stoked. When the vault came in the mail, he was so excited to be able to install it. I was amazed at what an easy install it actually is.



What I couldn’t get the best picture of, but I think is fantastic is that the Console Vault has an opening so you are able to feed your phone charger through, and keep your phone locked up safely while you are trying to charge it. This vault also installs in an inconspicuous spot, making it harder to find, but you know it is there. My husband absolutely loves this.


Console Vault is the perfect gift for anyone who has a vehicle. Firearm owners who are able to carry concealed, can not take their firearms into federal buildings with them. With Console Vault, they are able to safely lock up their weapon and keep it out of the wrong hands. And with their website so easy to use, you will be able to find exactly what you need with ease.

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