TQC, in the past six months, there have been several car break-ins in my neighborhood. My neighbor has been hit twice, and several people along the street have reported things as well. My friend from Chicago said that you're supposed to leave your door unlocked because it costs more to repair the damage if they break a window then what they steal (assuming you don't have valuables in the car).
Do you agree with this? Should I leave my car door unlocked, since I don't have a garage to park in?
Alternatively: What is the most you've had to pay in overdraft fees from your bank? Have you ever gotten them successfully reversed? Do you have any suggestions on how I can go about reducing FIVE of them to maybe one or two, with a big bank like Bank of America?