Gary Reeder
I would think it would be much cheaper to move them to
Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 22:32

another location, maybe even 200 miles away and park them in a fenced in enclosure with guards around them for a week or so. If you figured the total price to do this and then divide it by several hundred cars it has to be cheaper in the long run. But what do I know. It just doesn't make sense to just sit back and say "go ahead and destroy them all" If you figure an average of $35,000 per vehicle and they expect to lose 40,000 vehicles in North Carolina along, that is a lot of money. If I owned a new car lot I would hire every person that had a good driving record to move them to a football stadium or some place that is enclosed and at least try to save them.

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