“We got to ditch this car.” you say. “They’ll be looking for this car.”
Your friend agrees. “Alex, do you even know how to hot wire a car?”
It was true you didn’t, but you assumed your car loving friend does. “Don’t you?”
“No, why would I? I never planned on stealing a car, let alone be in a bank robbery!”
“Well,” you pondered. “Well, maybe this rest area has wifi.” You got out of the driver’s seat.
“Wait, Alex.” Ashton exited the vehicle and followed you under the shelter. “This is dangerous. ”
“Anything we do from here on out is dangerous.” You pull out your iPhone and attempt to connect to the internet. When it fails, you ask Ashton for his Samsung. He gives it to you, and you connect his phone to the internet and started to search on hot wiring. “I hate my phone.” you remark.
“Find anything?” Ashton asks, clearly worried.
“Yeah.” You give the phone to him, and he reads what to do. He tries it on the getaway car first, then after he has it down, he tries it on a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee, or so he said. You two transfer the money into the car and drive off. “We need the money.” You tell him after he began to plead.
You pull into I-4 and go West, opposite of where you were. You’re unsure which direction to really go in, so you start out with away. You know if you keep going West, South or East, you will eventually come in contact with the ocean or Gulf of Mexico. However, if you go those ways, you may be able to pay for a ticket to another country, which may be useful. But getting the money on board would be the hard part.
Staying in the U.S. means constant chasing, but it could also mean a chance to lay low and stay out of sight.
Which way do you go?
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