According to criminologists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Section of Justice Sciences.

Addicts renting their cars in exchange for drugs A growing number of crack cocaine users are renting their vehicles in exchange for medicines, according to criminologists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Section of Justice Sciences tadaciped.com . The researchers discovered that typically, addicts loaned their vehicles for three to four hours in exchange for drugs, although some loaned out their vehicles overnight or over a weekend. Most addicts reported getting selective, renting and then family friends and users who sold drugs, or to dealers they trusted. Addicts also reported that they thought that renting was a cheaper option to cash payments and that it safeguarded them from violence and humiliation at the hands of drug dealers, the experts said.

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