Moparmadness68· Premium Member
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found this article interesting but why would you park and leave your Hellcat at an airport?? dumb
I guess we're experiencing a slight up-tick, but "rampant"? Really?... but in this day and age where car theft is rampant that’s not the case.
My job has significant overlap with a couple airports. And I totally agree.Inside job. Start investigating the on-duty security and valet attendants for the time period those cats were stolen!
Not my comment. I was quoting from the linked article.I guess we're experiencing a slight up-tick, but "rampant"? Really?
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Understood. Typical fear mongering by media.Not my comment. I was quoting from the linked article.
I didn't see that part but that should be legally owner negligence and responsibility and they should get a reduced payout if they can't produce all issued key fobs....and leave the doors unlocked with the fob tucked into the visor...
Since they broke windows they didn't have the key fob cloned. So they have to get in the car.No mention or speculation of how they started the vehicles? Probably THE most important part of the story. Is that not of any interest? Just "The glass was broken and the car was stolen".
It was a comment I made in a moment of smh sarcasm. To whit; if someone is dumb enough to park a Hellcat for one or more days in an airport parking garage, then they just might be clueless enough to really help facilitate the theft.I didn't see that part but that should be legally owner negligence and responsibility and they should get a reduced payout if they can't produce all issued key fobs.
You got it. The airport parking nearest us has no security or cameras. They are not responsible for theft or even damage. I know a supervisor there and theyre always telling me stories and they themselves cant understand why the facility has no cameras.Lemmie guess: The receipt when you get when you drive in has a liability waiver. Hope is not a good security strategy.