As South Africans keep on experiencing constant harassment from carjackers in our country, many individuals are seeking for better ways to keep their vehicles safe.
We hear of different cases of carjacking in various places across our country and most South Africans do not know how best to deal with the Issue.
Meanwhile, a South African man has invented new means of protecting his car against intruder. His car could be seen parked outside while he locked up the steering of his car with a chain.
The above picture has raised so much controversy as South Africans supported the man's action.
This are some of the comments gathered below:
Mr Yamaguchi: This is done for insurance purposes, at least the assessor will acknowledge your creative part.
It takes seconds flat to unlock that chinese lock, don't believe me then search on YouTube, fascinating.
Zabet: In Mzansi they’ll remove all those items and fit their own leaving behind your valuable steering and chain.
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