How to survive a carjacking

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What would you do if you found yourself the target of a carjacker?   The Department of Justice reports that 92% of carjackings are committed when the victim is alone, 90% involve weapons and most occur near the victim’s home or job.

Self-defense experts say you can prevent becoming a victim by staying alert, knowing your surroundings and keeping our keys ready so as to avoid spending too much time outside of your car.  Once inside, check your car to make sure no one has broken in.  Above all, trust your instincts.  Joe Deedon of Tac One Consulting shows Good Day Colorado’s Shaul Turner how to survive a carjacking.  For more information visit

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