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VIDEO: This Is Why You Don’t Steal A Parking Spot From A Jeep

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It’s always a jerk move to steal a parking spot from another vehicle that has been waiting for it to open up. Unfortunately, most people who have a spot stolen can’t do much besides finding another spot.

Having a Jeep (or any vehicle with a wench) changes that. As this driver demonstrates, you don’t want to take a spot from a Jeep owner.

Whenever a car steals the spot he had been waiting to open up, he decides to pull up behind it and wench it out.

As funny as it is, we wouldn’t recommend following his lead since it’s likely to up causing more issues than it solves.

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