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1. Install a warning alarm on your vehicle.
2. Do not leave valuables inside the vehicle.
3. Never pick up hitchhikers.
4. Don’t park in the dark.
5. Never leave keys in the car.
6. Use safety locks or child-locks on the doors or windows of your vehicle at all times to prevent any criminal from entering your vehicle especially when you are stuck in the traffic.
7. Never allow an unknown vehicle follow you home.
8. If your vehicle breaks down in an unsafe place at night, especially if you are a female, stay inside your vehicle, lock all doors and windows and use your cell phone to call for help. When walking to your car, have your keys in your hand so you can open the car door without delay. Always keep your car in gear when stopped at a traffic signal or stop sign, so that if threatened in any way, you can quickly drive away.
9. Always check the backseat of your car before getting in.
10. If a person at the roadside is waving for help due perhaps to a flat tire or engine trouble, drive past that person and stop at a safe distance before using your phone to call for help or seek help from the police or highway patrol. Always lock your door while driving.
11. Do not trust watch-your-car boys when you park outside building. They may be serving as spotters or look-outs for car thieves.
12. Always prearrange meetings with anyone so you do not have to wait alone.
13. Immediately change your ignition switch in case you lose the ignition key of your vehicle.
14. Do not allow your driver to sleep inside your vehicle while waiting for you. They are easy targets of armed car thieves.
15. Do not leave your parking ticket inside the vehicle.