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Vehicle storage is getting expensive…

An estimated $1 million worth of new 2022 Ford F-150 Raptor pickup trucks were stolen from a Dearborn Truck Plant storage lot, a Dearborn city official confirmed.

Flat Rock Police Department notified area authorities of "four to five stolen mustangs being taken from the Flat Rock assembly plant," according to investigators.

Where is Farley? Who is responsible for security of these expensive vehicles? When will someone be held accountable for wall these embarrassing failures?

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Well, thieves now have to steal 8% more a month to keep up with inflation. All those vehicles parked there for so long, is a dream come true for many "amateurs".

If you build it (and left it in the lots), they will come.

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Post ID: @cyv+1hhtR5XC

@xsp+1hhtR5XC It is because they book the sale when the vehicle exits the plant. So all those vehicles in store lots have already been booked as revenue. If they changed their accounting methods to reflect reality, then they would idle the plants.

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Post ID: @hax+1hhtR5XC

We are a data, software and services company. We need, now:

(1) The data to tell us who are the bad guys and where they are.
(2) The software that tracks all the stolen vehicles/parts.
(3) Services to retreat the stolen vehicles and parts.

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Post ID: @cyt+1hhtR5XC

I don't understand why we would build a vehicle if the vehicle can't be sold because it is needing parts. What would Mulally do?

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Post ID: @xsp+1hhtR5XC

Why can’t we figure out a way to make door locks that work?

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Post ID: @tmm+1hhtR5XC

Fences to keep people out are -ist, can’t have that in the current year.

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Post ID: @ove+1hhtR5XC

Dearborn campuses are getting vehicles stolen left and right, parts are being stolen, and buildings are being broken into.

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