Don’t Park in a Tow-Away Zone at the Airport
Following up yesterday’s rental car-themed tip, here’s another: It’s common sense for most people, but last month, my wife and I were both flying out of LAX on separate flights out of different terminals. Her flight left an hour before mine, so I got off at her terminal, walked her to the security line and then walked to my terminal.
Along the way, I noticed three cop cars surrounding a parked car with no one in it. I assume the driver wanted to check in their friends/family or walk them to security. Well, within minutes, a tow truck had that car out of there. I wanted to stick around to see the look on the driver’s face when they realized their car was either stolen or towed but I didn’t have time. Moral of the story: Don’t leave your car unattended at the airport, even for a minute or two—especially at LAX.
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