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No More Play: Car Hijackers Will Now Regret Hijacking Polo Drivers Because Of These (see pics)

We all know that the problem of car hijackings, which affects a large number of motorists in South Africa, has been a problem without a solution for as long as anyone can remember, especially when it comes to cars such as the Volkswagen Polo, Mercedes and other popular models. This is because the people who benefit from these hijacks always devise strategies to outwit all the systems that could cause their hijacks to go wrong such as trackers, cameras and other similar devices.

I can tell you right now, and I can tell you with certainty, that the car hijackers are the ones who are going to be outsmarted from now on, based on what I just saw on a group of polo drivers' Facebook page, and I can tell you that. Many of them will even go so far as to express regret for their actions in trying to hijack these polo players.

For more information on what they've been driving around with lately, check out the photos below!

According to what you can see, some drivers have begun arming themselves and their vehicles, and it is reasonable to assume that a great deal of blood will be shed, particularly among criminals. This is because, for the most part, criminals do not approach their victims with the intention of fighting them; instead, they simply know that they are going to take and run, and they only carry guns to scare off their victims; therefore, some of the weapons may not be working properly.

So, now that the majority of their favorite victims (polo drivers) are armed, do you believe that they will begin targeting other car owners as regular targets, or do you believe that they will simply acquire more weapons and begin pulling their triggers without hesitation?

Please express your thoughts on this matter in the comments section below. Thank you.

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