A Plum Crazy Challenger Hellcat was stolen, In September, from the William P. Hobby Airport in Houston. For a month there were zero leads. Some might blame the police for not looking hard enough, but if you look at the homicide rates in Houston, you will see why a stolen Hellcat isn’t top priority. The frustrated owner was forced to take matters into his own hands. Using his GPS, he tracked it down to a parking lot, just sitting there like everything was normal. Only, the Hellcat had obvious damage to the driver’s side and more, so it had been driven hard and probably crashed. This is pretty much our worst nightmare, other than finding a beloved car in pieces. Ultimately, the insurance company decided to not total the Hellcat and instead went ahead with paying for repairs. A long list of things needed to be fixed, including damage to the driver’s door, grille, front bumper, front fenders, tires, wheels, steering column, windshield, roof, rockers, trunk, rear quarter panels, and more. Considering how much Hellcats have shot up in value, it’s not entirely surprising that fixing all these issues was cheaper than totaling the car. Granted, this is a miracle of a story, so let’s keep that in perspective. This is why you should have multiple trackers. Thieves often will study where the OE unit is and how to disable it, so keep that in mind. Dropping an AirTag or other tracking devices in the nooks and crannies of your ride provides another layer of security. Granted, it’s not a foolproof way of getting your vehicle back, but nothing is.