Outt'a Sight outt'a mind locked in a garage seems like the ticket.:cowboy:
A thief would need to first learn my garage code, then gain access to the house itself through the door from the garage, know and punch in the code to shut off the house alarm, find one of two sets of car keys, then find the key to the quad which is in an obscure location, pull out either my wife's car or mine as they block the quad in, then move the garbage cans, fire up the quad and roll out. All before he/she's pinned by one of numerous guns I have strategically placed in my home.
thats what these locks that come with your guns are for.
Those locks prevent a revolver from being loaded and fired. It still can be stolen. Those lock are for young children living in the house.thats what these locks that come with your guns are for.
I back the trailer its on into the garage, all the way to the wall. Then park the truck in front of its spot outside thd garage. IF they move the truck, OPEN the garage, FIND the ATV key, DRIVE it over the 2 foot steel rails and the tongue of the trailer without me hearing it? They can have it, well done sir!
Yes I lock the trailer receiver and remove the chains. Im as worried about my trailer growing legs as am the polaris. Those are 2 things that will never be found again.
No way in hell I'd leave it outside. I understand not everyone has a garage but not having storage for a wheeler was a big decision in the buying process for me.
Because if it's housed in your garage someone invaded your space and can come back again and again.It's insured, who cares lol
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