Imagine if you had to pay $25 to have your GPS stolen from you car. Well, that might actually happen.
In Upper Moreland Township, a suburb of Philadelphia, officials are debating whether or not to institute a law requiring that all publicly parked cars be locked. Owners failing to lock their cars would receive a warning for a first-time offense and a $25 fine for any repeat violations. Police will supposedly do spot checks of cars in neighborhoods known for auto theft.
Now if everyone just bought “The Club,” these fines would be unnecessary. And we’d get to see more commercials like this: