Steering Column Lock refers to a lock that lets the steering wheel move unless the ignition switch moves from locked to unlock.
- It is anti-theft equipment that reduces the probability of a car being stolen
- The device usually consists of two pieces combined wherein, if locked together, it will transform into one long-form fixed bar with hooks that protrude outwards the end of the bar.
- Each piece contains one hook that is fitted around the rim of the steering wheel. The smaller pieces are fitted inside the larger pieces and slide in and out for sizing.
- When the lock is set, the larger piece's long handle provides out so that the wheel is impossible to turn due to collision with the other parts of the car, or with the driver's leg, and the device cannot be removed because it is too large to slip around the wheel