(Criminals, terrorists, and anarchists)
(Law-abiding citizens, first responders, and freedom-loving people across the planet)
(Highly experienced combat, business, and law enforcement veterans from the world's most elite organizations combined with the lightest, strongest, most advanced armoring technology)
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The ‘Anti-Intrusion Protection Package’ creates a mobile safe room that protects its occupants from criminals, terror attacks, active shooters, and civil unrest.
AddArmor offers the Full Protection Package for clients who want to mitigate higher-level threats such as kidnappings, car bombings, or for working and traveling in combat zones.
Full Protection vehicles are engineered to encase the entire passenger compartment in a seamless cocoon of ballistic protection. Full Protection features include premium run flat tires, bomb blankets, and ballistic protection for the major engine components such as: the radiator, battery, fuel tank, and the computer circuit boards in the Engine Control Module (ECM). Other customized protection options are available upon request.
After AddArmor upgrades vehicles with armoring, the Executive Protection package allows clients to completely customize the interior cabin with an endless array of luxury features, conveniences, and options.
24/7 always on assistance/ support
Siren/speaker, counter-attack sound cannon
Electric shock door handles
Pepper spray dispensers
Barricade busting bumpers (hidden)
Night vision system
Gun ports (hidden)
Active mine/explosion detection
Smoke screen system
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We are a veteran owned and operated business founded by, made up of, and connected to a vast network of first responders (special operations veterans, special agents, police) and successful business people.
We stand by what we sell. We stay with you and your vehicle after you buy it.
AddArmor is a premier vehicle armoring company that armors all makes and models of cars and trucks as well as all other types of vehicles (buses, construction, trains, etc.) while always maintaining the vehicle’s original appearance and performance.
It takes about 600 hours to strip an SUV to its skivvies and armor it to the ‘B-6’ level of protection that can withstand hand grenades, a 12-pound landmine or rifle fire from an AR-15 and similar assault rifles. As an example, Armoring a mid-size SUV adds approximately 850 pounds to the vehicles 4,700-pound curb weight and $72,500 to the vehicle’s $38,000 base price.
Numerous international organizations have developed armoring standards, defeat levels, and testing procedures. In the USA for instance, the standards were developed by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), a procurement arm of the US government. In Europe the European Union developed their standard, called CEN, which is the B-Level standard. Other countries have developed their own standards. AddArmor generally adheres to European standards of armoring and security because they are stricter, more concise, and specific regarding armored passenger vehicles.
AddArmor® uses the lightest armor available in the world which reduces the added weight to an armored vehicle by up to 60%. Lighter weight means better handling, better gas mileage, better braking, and a significant reduction in vehicle wear and tear. The technology is pound for pound ten times stronger than ballistic steel.
A transparent bullet-resistant high-tech pane of Glass + Polycarbonate for the protection of civilian and military armored vehicles, as well as public, residential and commercial buildings. It has been designed and developed to withstand high-energy ballistic impact and prolonged physical attacks, or a combination of the two.
Jay Leno put AddArmor's custom Audi to the test on his popular CNBC show Jay Leno's Garage. The set-up involved Jay driving AddArmor's APR-tuned RS7 through fire to evade a staged attack from Joe Vega, AddArmor's VP of Research &
Development (and a former U.S. Special Mission Unit Operator). Jay demonstrated the Audi's onboard smokescreen capability, drone-denial frequency-jamming, taser-like shock handles, pepper-spray dispensers and other military-bred AddArmor technology to illustrate various modern ways a vehicle can be used tactically.
The AddArmor team then elaborated on the viability of armoring civilian vehicles. "The idea behind adding armor is to create a mobile saferoom that protects its passengers from any type of attack and provides peace of mind that cannot be achieved in an unarmored vehicle," AddArmor CEO and former Special Forces Mission Unit Commander Pete Blaber explained to Jay.
AddArmor President Jeff Engen (a former law-enforcement officer), added, "We wanted to show that our armor is so light that we can get this car up to nearly 200 miles per hour. Our lightweight armor is a big differentiator from a lot of our competitors using steel." Jeff then demonstrated the B4-level armoring by shooting four rounds from a 9mm handgun into the Audi's ballistic glass. CNBC subscribers can view the episode here.