This video was created for King David on Youtube. We wanted to share more with all of you on where to park your escape vehicle inside a city.
Escape Plan: Your BOB Vehicle
When most people think of an escape vehicle, they imagine something big, tough and scary looking. Depending on the scenario, that isn't always the best way to go. Especially if you're conducting Guerrilla Warfare and doing a covert mission.
If that's the case, your escape vehicle needs to blend in. That means that it needs to look BORING. Furthermore, it needs to be the kind of vehicle that everyone in that area drives.
Where to Park
Find places to park that it is not unusual for vehicles to stay overnight. For example: airports (even small ones), train stations, maybe even a Walmart.
You're also going to want to keep it closer to the edge of town. It is actually better to evade on foot initially. That way you're not stuck to the road. You can even turn and walk though a building, change your clothes and leave through another door. This works especially well if you've got a good network in that area.
In addition to aiding you in your ability to evade capture, parking closer to the outskirts of town gets you closer to freedom when you reach your escape vehicle. That way you are better able to avoid major highways which are a big No No to be on.
By parking further away, it gives you the ability to hunker down at a safe house for awhile if it becomes too hot to escape right away. Just be sure that you only stay there long enough for it to cool down.
Warning: Never stay in the same place for very long while hiding. Get out ASAP. You want to avoid exposing your escape network as much as possible.
If you screw people in your network over and they get caught helping you, the chances of your whole operation getting compromised rises immensely.
It is better that you get caught than your entire team. Especially since they wouldn't be able to rescue you if they are POWs as well.