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Atif

Car theft and break-ins in UAE

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The GCC one doesn't have theft deterrent...

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On 10/3/2019 at 4:50 PM, Atif said:

It's my old Camry. 2006. I don't think it has an alarm. Infact my Prado Sideview mirror was removed too in the same location. This time I reported it to the Police.

I am shocked!

Is it possible to remove the mirror without opening the car?

And is the location?

Be safe, guys!

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The side-view mirror clips on to base of the mirror assembly, at least in my Prado 2016 it is easy to remove and install. Fortunately the motor mechanism was not damaged.

I park my car in an open plot where the presence of police has increased since the last few incidences after my car got broken into. I was just reminding all to avoid leaving attractive belongings in the car over night as we all tend to become relaxed in this generally safe environment. Just be cautious and try to park nearer to a well lighted roadside or parking space.

 

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Park cars where people come and go if it is parked it in a quiet place then it's prone to such activities...

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