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Defensive Strategies For Carjacking Robberies

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Head Scratcher says:

There is always a similarity in car jacking. Isn’t there.

Monzter Movies says:

And ppl will still say why do you “profile” in 2023…..😂

Delwood Kelp says:

Drive a stick shift…. young punks don't know how to use a clutch. Leave the area while they struggle.

AshVegas says:

Hmm what's the common denominator in all these robberies?

Zippo Amerika says:

…please pay attention to your surroundings…
learn a set of skills and learn to be confident with that set of skills
I do not wear scrubs to work, idea being it shows my profession. Makes me a target for the bad guys. Bad guys and me do not get along.

we do walk out to the parking garage together as shift change is midnight hours for safety the lot does have security.
Please be aware of whats around you …

Kevin hamlett says:

I have had a guy try to carjack me once. He was robbing me. He asked for my wallet and car. I grabbed my Springfield XDS 45. His eyes about popped out of his head. He ran and said wo wo wo we cool man. As he ran away. He demanded money and my car. He also said he just got out of prison and needs my car and money. He made bad choice that day. I was so glad I did not have to shoot him. I did not even call the police. I went on my way home called my wife and told her what happened. This was in Birmingham Alabama.

Jim V says:

You neglected to address the way the guy was parked. If he wanted to get away from the threat, he couldn't because was boxed in from the front. Should've already positioned the car to be able to drive away without having to go in reverse first.

A B says:

In the second video, after the victim gets out the car, if he had a weapon, and he punched out and went to work on these guys shooting into his car window , would that be illegal since they already threatened him w a gun?

D Sendall says:

I live in the Philadelphia suburbs and work in the city. I was the target of a carjacking by a group of kids, middle school or high school age just a few months ago. About a year ago another group, grown men this time, tried to jack my motorcycle. One guy, one city, two carjackings, one year. Made some mistakes I won't make again…The only reason I was able to make it out of both situations with life and property intact was because I was PAYING ATTENTION. Take out your ear buds, look up from your phone, mind your surroundings, put yourself in their shoes, watch more ASP! Your wits are the only weapon they can't take away from you. Keep em' sharp!

creatorTom says:

Lucky they’re only approaching our cars with melee weapons in Australia, locked doors definitely have a lot higher success rate here 😂 I’d be handing my car over like the first girl if i saw a gun

Doug Foster says:

both videos the car jackers have 1 thing in common.

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