• Siren/PA system

  • Siren/PA system with intercom

  • LED strobe lights, Front

  • LED strobe lights, Front and Rear

  • Additional operable window, Front

  • Additional battery with isolator switch

  • Remote power disconnect switch

  • Road spikes dispensing system

  • Smoke dispensing system

  • Roadside emergency triangle, first aid kit, fire extinguisher

  • Engine bay fire extinguishing system

  • Bulletproof Windows / Armored Glass / Ballistic Glass

  • Bullet-catchers / armored door crevices

  • Modified heavy duty suspension systems and components

  • Performance brake system parts and complete assemblies

  • Heavy duty wheels, tires and run-flats

  • Fuel system parts (pumps, filters, etc)

  • Scheduled maintenance parts (filters, engine belts, etc)

  • Secondary fuel tank

  • Reinforced bumpers




Bullet Proof Vehicle



Transparent Armor (Glass)


Referred to as Lightweight Transparent Armor or LTA®.  LTA® glass provides a superior level of protection against the toughest security concerns, from random acts of street violence to Head of State protection.

The LTA Glass is composites of glass and polycarbonate substrates laminated with inter layers. This is done to absorb the energy and penetration from various ballistic threats through a process known as "controlled delamination." The inner layer of polycarbonate is used to prevent spalling (fragment release - bullet, jacket or glass) upon ballistic impact. 


  • Distortion-free

  • Looks identical to original vehicle glass-maintains original appearance

  • Lighter and thinner than all-glass laminates or air-gap designs.

  • Unaffected by temperature fluctuations.

  • Offers dependable protection against a variety of lethal weapons


Floor Protection and Fuel Tank:


To ensure the safest vehicles, IM-SECURE protects the floor of the vehicle with a multi-layered ballistic nylon armor that is used to seal the entire floor of the vehicle. The floor armor is designed to absorb bomb fragmentation. 

The armor is concealed under the carpet and seats of the vehicle, maintaining the original appearance of the vehicle.  Armor is also placed surrounding the fuel tank of each vehicle to create an anti-explosive fuel tank.


Suspension, Shocks and brakes 


The Suspension of the vehicle (including shocks, springs, and/or sway bars), along with the brakes should be modified when a vehicle is armored.  IM-SECURE recommends its clients begin the armoring process with a heavier duty vehicle.  such as a Suburban, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Lincoln Town Car, etc.  This will help with the modification process of upgrading the suspension, shocks and brakess later on,  The modification is done with a standard package that may vary depending on the needs of the client.


Run Flat Tire System


IM-SECURE can modify all existing tires in an armored vehicle with Run Flat tire inserts.  The run Flat Tire inserts allows the vehicle to travel up to 60 miles at 60 mph (depending on road conditions) on deflated tires.  This insert is composed of a ballistic rubberized plastic "roller" ring is designed, molded and installed inside each tire around the rim. 

Once the tires are deflated, the solid rubber ring acts as a backup tire, becoming an airless spare within the tire.


Dual Ram Bumpers 


Dual Ram Bumpers can be added to a client's armored vehicle.  They are concealed behind both the front and the rear bumpers.  This option allows each vehicle to ram its way out of a dangerous situation without causing inoperable damage to the armored vehicle.  In addition, this modification prohibits corners of the vehicle from being rammed into the tires, thus making the armored vehicle inoperable.


Third Hinge Support:


3rd Hinge Door support is added to level B7 armored vehicles and whenever possible.  A complete door structure modification is done to support any weight added by the armor material.  This includes reinforcement of pillar posts and hinges.  All modification in the door is done to help the armored door maintain its original functionality.