Mark Tuttle of Grandville loves removing the doors and top from his 2016 Jeep Wrangler and heading into the woods of Michigan for a weekend of hammock camping. It used to be, when he stopped at a gas station to grab a Payday candy bar, he would leave his belongings exposed.
“My vehicle is accessible to anybody who walks by,” he said. “Anybody (who) wants to can walk up and take anything. Most of the time that’s not a problem, but I’m not going to leave my wallet or phone or a handgun accessible.”
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