August 6, 2005
Boot your own car
I love this 'cause it turns things upside down.
Instead of emerging from wherever you were having a great time to find a Denver Boot on your car rendering it undriveable, you put a boot on before you go off for the night.
Seems to me far preferable to the various useless steering wheel locks and car alarms that nobody pays any attention to anyway anymore.
And I wonder what a cop, planning to put a boot on a car, would think when he saw there was already one there?
Is it possible that this device, in addition to being an anti–theft security measure, might also cause a policeman to not ticket you because you're already booted?
I guess the only way to find out is to buy one and see what happens.
- From the website:
Secure your vehicle in seconds.
Our hardened steel wheel lock offers instant anti–theft security wherever you park.
Simply clamp on the lightweight device, turn the key and go.
The lock is pick– and drill–resistant and can't be frozen with Freon.
Its weather–resistant protective coating won't wear out — or scratch — your wheels.
$129 here for the red standard version (up to 11.5" wide tires)
and $139 for the larger (orange) truck model which fits up to 12.5" tires.
August 6, 2005 at 02:01 PM | Permalink
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