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chungdae2010-08-29 19:09:44 +0000 #1
by shattering my window, would they be able to get into the trunk?
J08M32010-08-29 19:22:55 +0000 #2
if they wanted too
1sikbmr2010-08-29 19:30:53 +0000 #3
Look at it this way... If someone wanted something from you bad enough they are getting it one way or the other... Whether they break the window or they break in from the trunk...
FStop72010-08-29 20:32:29 +0000 #4
I'm actually posting this message from inside of your trunk.

I'll be in there next time you open it up.

Waiting for you.
marty_mcfly2010-08-29 19:51:02 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by FStop7

I'm actually posting this message from inside of your trunk.

I'll be in there next time you open it up.

Waiting for you.

RAMIREZ! GET INTO THE TRUNK OF THAT LOCKED CAR
elp_jc2010-08-29 20:45:08 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by chungdae

by shattering my window, would they be able to get into the trunk?

Unless you 'locked' it with the switch inside the glove compartment and locked the glove compartment, all they have to do is press the trunk switch by the dead pedal. No key around needed.

Honestly, I wouldn't bother 'locking' the trunk as described above. Once inside your car, if they tear your glovebox apart you'd have even more damage to fix. Your only hope would be thief not being familiar with that switch in the glove box, but which thief is not going to check the glovebox? And if locked, would probably break it open. Just never leave expensive stuff inside the trunk, and let your insurance handle the rest.
spyderco102010-08-29 21:42:05 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by elp_jc

Unless you 'locked' it with the switch inside the glove compartment and locked the glove compartment, all they have to do is press the trunk switch by the dead pedal. No key around needed.

Honestly, I wouldn't bother 'locking' the trunk as described above. Once inside your car, if they tear your glovebox apart you'd have even more damage to fix. Your only hope would be thief not being familiar with that switch in the glove box, but which thief is not going to check the glovebox? And if locked, would probably break it open. Just never leave expensive stuff inside the trunk, and let your insurance handle the rest.

win
FredVMI2010-08-29 20:13:52 +0000 #8
Quote:

Originally Posted by elp_jc

Unless you 'locked' it with the switch inside the glove compartment and locked the glove compartment, all they have to do is press the trunk switch by the dead pedal. No key around needed.

Honestly, I wouldn't bother 'locking' the trunk as described above. Once inside your car, if they tear your glovebox apart you'd have even more damage to fix. Your only hope would be thief not being familiar with that switch in the glove box, but which thief is not going to check the glovebox? And if locked, would probably break it open. Just never leave expensive stuff inside the trunk, and let your insurance handle the rest.

Very well said!
M3Fool2010-08-29 23:15:59 +0000 #9
Hell most would be criminals wouldn't need to break into the car to get into the trunk....... 3 seconds with a crowbar and they are in.

Your best bet is to find a badger and hide it in your trunk.
kaykay2010-08-29 19:46:34 +0000 #10
What's in the trunk?
quality_sound2010-08-29 20:16:14 +0000 #11
My monkey.

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