its a shite car
well fucking thanks china you are your stupid fucking TIK TOK .....i think it translates to wanker in english ......or fucking idiot....... or fucking useless human being...... that should have bee blended at abortion ........and yes thanks !!!!!!!! KIA......for making a god-awful fucking shite car .........the only thing you are good at is killing fairies in your your prison ........ like that cup cake ....who half inched......pinched a poster or sign ........you know otto bedpan warmer ...... or whaever his fucking name was ......great at killing people and making the country shite ......shite at building cars ......AUSB .....a fucking phone charger all it takes to nick your korean garbage ........no wonder cunts kill themselves in korea ........ must be like have a pineapple shoved up your arse every day ...........by the way i am using this as a metaphor ......... i would never rectally insert a pineapple in my arse ....but just the thought .....enough .......who would wanna steal a fucking KIA must be some retarded kids need to be aborted or some shit waste of life
A TikTok challenge has been linked to spikes in using USB chargers to steal Kia and Hyundai cars.
Car thieves called "Kia Boys" post tutorials of how to steal the cars and videos of joy rides on social media.
Police in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Texas have reported higher rates of thefts of Kias and Hyundais since the trend began.
Viral "Kia Challenge" videos posted to TikTok and YouTube have led to an increase in car thefts around the country as the instructional videos share the steps of how to steal a car using only a USB charging cord.
The videos, posted online by accounts including 414HypeHouse, show car thieves targeting unlocked Kia and Hyundai vehicles, removing the under-column cowl near the steering wheel and using a USB cord to start the stolen cars. Some videos show the thieves — called "Kia Boys" — riding around in the stolen cars and crashing or dumping them.
In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where the trend appears to have begun, thefts of Hyundai and Kia models account for 66% of car thefts, Carbuzz reported, which have grown by 2,500 percent compared to last year.
The police department in St. Petersberg, Florida, also said it "is seeing an unusual trend" regarding car thefts related to the social media posts.
"Since July 11th, 23 out of 56 stolen cars have been Kia/Hyundais models 2021 and older, that use keys to start," the police department posted on Twitter. "Anyone with a KIA/Hyundai that uses a key, please #lockitup."
Similarly, Kias and Hyundais are being targeted in Arlington, Texas, and Cincinnati, Ohio. Kia models from 2011 to 2012 and Hyundai models from 2015 to 2021 are being targeted due to a "vulnerability" that allows them to be started once the steering column is broken, Sgt. Cody Lance, who investigates auto thefts for the St. Petersburg Police Department, told the Tampa Bay Times.