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Can a brick break a car window

Answered By: Nathan Lewis Date: created: Feb 08 2022

Any heavy object, brick, sledgehammer, axe, slammed into the window with enough force will usually do the trick. Lastly, BROKEN pieces of tempered ceramic, such as found in spark plug insulators. The fact of it being broken ensures the smallest possible surface striking the window.

Asked By: Gregory Brooks Date: created: Jan 05 2022

What can break a car window

Answered By: Jayden Sanders Date: created: Sep 14 2021

Sharp Metal, Stone, or Porcelain

Windows are made of tempered glass. Manufacturers design them this way to make them resistant to blunt force. You can bang on a window all day long and not shatter it. If you take a sharp metal, stone, or porcelain object, however, you’ll find that breaking the glass is much easier.

Asked By: Oscar Lopez Date: created: May 19 2021

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5. Rock climbing

Without a doubt, this is one of the most difficult activities on this list. It requires a pretty high level of physical fitness since it fires up pretty much every muscle in your body. On the mental side, there can be other challenges; talk to some professionals and try out the sport with their guidance. This is an excellent mood and health-improving, as well as a unique, mind-toughening sport, that will make you meet some of your demons, and hopefully, overcome them.


Final Thoughts

I know that getting locked inside of your car is a terrifying experience, especially if you’re claustrophobic. But the worst thing you could is panic and start spiraling.

Instead, look for tools around your car or consider taking out your headrest or cutting your seat belt. If there’s no other way around it, consider breaking your windshield with your legs, unless you’re underwater.

It goes without saying, but as soon as you get out of your car, one of your top priorities should be covering the broken window and getting an emergency tool. The ones I recommended are pretty cheap, durable, compact, and great to have around in almost any situation.


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2. Bow hunting

Some would say that this is the “manliest” thing to do out there, but it is not the reason why I chose this activity. Hunting is one of the primal human means of survival, but it has been made obsolete by modern society. When you go to the wilderness searching for prey, you connect to something deeper within you that has been neglected for generations, and it is a life-changing feeling. There are a few reasons why I recommend bow hunting over using rifles.


First, it requires some strength to wield a bow, and when you combine that with all the hiking, it will make your hunt a brutal workout. Second, it is fairer to the animals. Bow hunting requires a lot of skill, and the reach of the arrows is shorter than guns, so you will have to step your game up to be able to hunt something. Lastly, it is more fun, so get the best compound bow for yourself, step outside, and discover your ancestral nature.

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