ignition lock

ignition lock
A lock placed in the instrumentality of a motor vehicle known as the ignition, which, when used, as usually required by statute, is a deterrent to theft and also a safety device in the respect that it prevents interference with the vehicle's stationary condition and mechanical immobility. Kass v Schneiderman, 21 Misc 2d 518, 197 NYS2d 979.

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