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Car break-in precautions (Grand Cayman)?


Tug Review Crew: Rookie
TUG Member
Apr 3, 2006
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North Carolina
Have seen a couple of reports lately about cars being broken into (most recent was at 7 Mile beach in the afternoon) -- back hatch being popped open. Always have thought of Grand Cayman as one of the safest places I've traveled. Besides not leaving anything in the car, I'm wondering about just leaving it unlocked. (The deductible is really high, and I'm not sure about insurance coverage related to that). Anyone had any experience with making this as unlikely and painless as possible when in another country? (Had it happen once in Oregon, but loss was minimal and insurance covered the broken window).