7. DRAT, THERE’S A ROADBLOCK. NOW WHAT?
Roadblocks are an extremely effective way of trying to stop a getaway vehicle and you must prepare yourself that you might encounter one. The ideal way to deal with roadblocks is to find a way around it or head back the way you came from. The reason is because ramming a roadblock should be viewed as a last ditch resort as you risk damaging your car in the ramming process. However, if you are left with no choice, this is what you can do.
Slow down as you approach the roadblock and put the car in a low gear. You need the torque and momentum to be able to successfully ram through the roadblock. It can also throw off your attackers by giving them the illusion that you are surrendering. Now pick a spot to ram your car through and commit to it by flooring the accelerator.
Always aim for the ends of the car, the rear is most preferable as it will allow the blocking car to swing out of the way more easily. Never aim for the middle as that is often the strongest part of the car.
Your speed at impact should be between 25km/h to 50km/h. After you have successfully rammed through the roadblock, keep going regardless of how badly damaged your car might be. Good luck.