It’s tough times, and you’ve tried the temp job and you’ve borrowed all you can from Mom and Dad. It’s time to hit the petty theft circuit. No murdering for money, and no high stakes rappelling down a side of a building and sneaking in under the lasers to hock the largest diamond in the world. Think smaller, think more petty! You can even think Tom Petty, because he’s awesome. Now, petty theft is not so easy, you can’t just enter the world and make your millions. You have to do a bit of research, and you have to make sure you can get away from the 7-11 in no time at all! So, here are the best and most unlikely get away cars you should get if you’re going into thievery.
There are a lot of advantages to the Fiat: it is zippy, it is small, and it is stylish. You need all of these attributes in your car in this new line of work. Check out www.ocfiat.com and you’ll see: the slickly designed Fiats will be able to swoop right up to the front of the store, and then will be easy on the gas while idling and waiting for you to come out with your stash. Then, as you zip away, the security cameras will catch just the shadow of what looks like a great little car. They’ll have to nod their head in appreciation of your style. See all the Fiat options online at http://www.ocfiat.com.
2. Toyota Camry
There’s nothing too special about the Toyota Camry. It’s a middle of the road sedan, four doors and no frills. It’s reliable and is decent on gas mileage, but it doesn’t stand out from the pack, it just is and keeps on being. Sounds like a real snooze, no? But that’s why it’s perfect for a get away car! It blends right in! As soon as you’re off the premises, and the cops are hot on your tail, you’ll be invisible. APB for a silver Camry. No one will know what to look for. So just swoop into the Target parking lot and wait for this all to blow over!
3. Subaru Outback
Especially if you’re in Maine or any other climate that has lots of wintry snow, the Outback will have the same advantage as the Camry: so many of them on the road, that you’ll blend right in. The Outback, and its unique AWD system, also as the advantage of being able to conquer any terrain! So once your thievery has been thieved, you toss your goods in the back seat and zip on over anything and everything. The Subbies are fast and can also plow through a police barricade if need be. Plus, on your off days, you can take your kids to soccer and no one will look at you odd.
4. An Old Crown Vic
If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em! So if you’re looking for an easy in to a life of petty crime, drive a former police car. Supposedly when they go into the public market, their souped up engines get handcuffed somewhat, but I’m sure you can find someone to get that Crown Vic back to its law-enforcing ways. Also, you will always intimidate other drivers since they will recognize that shape in their rearview mirror and instinctually move to the side of the road. You can blare on past and the road will be like an open river with no restrictions.