Watch | Polo Drivers Are Now Driving With These Weapons To Fight Back At Car Hijackers (see pics)
Driving any car of any brand on the streets of South Africa makes the driver and his or her passengers possible car hijack victims, as hijackers appear to hijack anything with four wheels and an engine. If there is one sort of automobile that owners never seem to stop losing to hijackers, it is the Volkswagen Polo.
People have been losing their hard-earned polo vehicles to thugs for years, only to see them stripped for parts in minutes or hours, with some losing them forever.
Over the years, polo owners have attempted to combat this by installing tracking systems in their vehicles, but this has never worked because the criminals steal these as well.
So, after years of losing battles, they appear to have devised a new strategy to fight for their cars, and this time, many hijackers will not survive their attempts to kidnap particular polo players.
If you look at many hijacking videos on the internet, you can see how the thugs do it. They usually follow their victims and block their car with their own, then one or two of them rush to their unarmed victim and forcefully take their car.
If you look at how the automobile owners are positioning their weapons to fight back, you'll notice that it's easy for them to pull them out and pull the triggers, which the thugs despise and cause them to abandon the goal and flee for their life.
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