Not so cute after they’ve damaged your BMW, are they?
Imagine a scenario where you suck it up and pay the high fees of long-term airport parking only to come back to your car, tired from a long flight, to find that it won’t start…because a bunch of rabbits have chewed through the ignition wires. Turns out, this is actually happening at the Denver International Airport, and the bunnies are causing hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars worth of damages that aren’t covered by most auto insurance companies.
Why are rabbits eating cars? Have they been smoking too much now-legal Colorado grass? Turns out there’s a much more innocent explanation. “They come to the recently driven cars for warmth, and once they’re there, they find that many of the material used for coating ignition cables are soy-based, and the rabbits find that quite tasty,” Wiley Faris, a spokesman for the nearby Arapahoe Autotek repair center told the Los Angeles Times.
Come on, can you really hold a grudge against a pair of helpless, hungry bunnies? We can’t.
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