garage doors are designed to be secured by latches at the bottom sides, that's why all
door manufacturers choose to fit manual locking systems at this lower position
standard practice for many years to remove or disable these important side latches
when adding remote control because electric operators were unable to operate
A pull at the bottom of a door that is only secured at the top by the motor can put such a severe strain on the door's side
weather-strips that the door can be forced open enough to gain entry.