Has anyone had their rear occupancy alarm just go off? Hubby and I ran errands earlier today and got back home around 7. At 10:26 my alarm went off. There was no one in or near the vehicle. Any words of wisdom?
But he's saying the alarm goes off as soon as the driver's door is opened. Before he would even have a chance to retrieve the backpack.That's a good warning to remove the backpack or bag from your backseat since leaving any "treasure" in sight is an invitation to the car boosting criminals to go ahead and smash your window to see if they won a lottery (laptop).
ask anyone who has parked a car in San Francisco if they'd ever leave a backpack or bag in their back seat. anyone who has said they have no problem leaving a backpack or any bag visible in their parked cars are just the minority who haven't had their car boosted yet. It's sad that it's become the norm for cars to get boosted, and many more even go unreported because the tourists either don't have time to report it or figure they'll never get their stuff back anyways so they don't report it.