tectorgorch said:After just having had my tricked-out Jeep Sahara stolen from the municipal airport parking lot (it was next to a Hummer and Mercedes) what anti-theft strategies will you employ to keep your much desired "precious"?
Maybe you can't stop them but you can use low jak and find them. I think we would all want to see who tries to steal our FJ and "talk" to them.VeilsideGS4 said:Make sure your insurance is paid. My thoughts are if someone is determined to steal a car, no anti-theft device in the world is flawless. A friend of mine who is a cop busted 2 individuals stealing cars with a tow truck.
FJCharlotte said:I'm gonna tape up pictures of michael moore in the windows when I leave it..that should keep most sane people away...then again since when are auto thiefs sane....
I'm definitely going to get a variation of that - I'm thinkin' truck monkey might be the ticket.mini2nut said:Stopping car theft is easy...increase the penalty for commiting the crime. Because the penalty for getting caught is not life in prison and throw away the key, vehicle alarm companies are a thriving business. The last thing they want is a bigger penalty given to car thiefs as it would cut into alarm sales. Lo-jack, steering wheel locks, immobilizers, etc, are a deterrent, but if a thief wants your car they are going to steal it one way or another. If the penalty for getting caught was chopping off the criminals hand(s) in a public square, the business of stealing cars would go from a stream to a trickle. I plan on purchasing a Trunk Monkey!!!
(click on Trunk Monkey #4-Thrown Off A Bridge)