Airports, not surprisingly, are a common place targeted by car thieves, who have their pick of vehicles or get underneath cars and saw off valuable catalytic converters. Should the latter happen, you’ll know as soon you start to drive off and you hear a loud roaring sound.
When a car is parked at the airport, it’s left for a long time, and there’s a low chance that the owner will return and catch the thief in the act, explains Rick Musson, a 21-year law enforcement officer and q safety and security consultant with CarInsuranceComparison.com. Even more: “Thieves appreciate the lower risk of immediate theft discovery,” Musson says.
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