Personal Defense In & Around Vehicles by DTI Operator Series | 10 Dec 2015 | Subscribers Only | 5 comments This page contains content for subscribers only. 5 Comments Lori on 10 December 2015 at 9:00 am As always, very sage advice. This helps remind me to examine how I go about my day and ways I can improve my awareness and habits to remain as safe and prepared as possible. Jeffrey on 10 December 2015 at 6:45 pm Just had an incident this past week near here, 11:30 pm on a state highway, where perps threw an object at oncoming car, hitting car; perps then flagged car down, car stopped, 4 perps exited car and one drew an firearm; the victims had presence of mind to drive away…perps not caught. The drive on advice is key!!! William on 11 December 2015 at 1:01 pm Very informative about which calibers perform well against real world barriers such as car doors, gleaned from his real world experiences! I was once approached by a ‘goblin’ while walking across a parking lot to my truck. I was very aware of him and of his diminishing distance to me. I turned and confronted him verbally while squaring off to him. He abruptly turned and sulked away without a word in return. To John’s point in this video, this guy wanted to do ‘something’ when I arrived at my truck… what, thankfully, will never be known to me. Did he want my truck? My money? My Chinese food? Thankfully I did not have to use my sidearm that day, but always carrying is the key. And Those of us who have taken John’s courses have had that drilled into our very souls. Thank you John, for sharing this knowledge. I look forward to all future videos and Quips. Bob on 18 December 2015 at 11:48 am Thank you for the videos, books and everything else that the two of you do for us. Robert on 11 January 2016 at 9:21 pm John, great video. I would like to add one piece of advice that I learned from you. In our cars, we should carry a LARGE set of wire cutters, cutters beefy enough to easily cut barb wire. Imagine being caught in a huge traffic jam due to civil unrest or natural disaster. The easiest path of escape off a highway may be through a farmer’s field. A well installed 3 wire barb wire fence can be surprisingly tough to drive through. But the right wire cutters will allow one to easily enter and then exit a fenced field. As always, thanks for spreading the art. Steve Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.