I don't think anyone disputes that you can break into many cars by punching a hole in the door. The part that is fictional is the idea that someone would break into a car just to determine where its owner lives, while not taking anything from the car.
Re: O.T. - Vehicle break-ins in reply to MarkB_MI, 01-06-2013 13:05:46
Yeah - I don't think the common car thief is disciplined enough to pass up easy pickins'. But just in case - a couple of years ago I programmed "home" in my GPS to be the city hall/police station in the little town near where I live. Surely I can find my way home from there, ha. It shows my stupidity though. I never thought about all the insurance/registration papers in the glove box. All with my name and address listed on them. My car's 11 years old, so it's not much of a target.
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