How to Damage a Car Without Leaving Evidence?

The best way to damage a car without leaving evidence is to use a spray can. The reason is that you can’t really leave any evidence behind if you’re using a spray can. If you just want to damage the paint, then it’s best to use concentrated ammonia, which will eat away at the paint on your car and leave it looking like it was used as a canvas for graffiti artists.

If you’re looking for something more permanent, then try using a hammer with a chisel tip or even an angle grinder. You’ll be able to do some serious damage to the bodywork of your car if you use either of these methods; however, they may leave visible marks on the damaged areas, so be sure to wear gloves when handling them.

Choose your vehicle

When you’re trying to make a vehicle look like it’s been damaged, it’s important to choose the right vehicle. If you’re going to damage a car, think about the type of car you want to damage. If it’s an older model that has seen better days, then it might not be as difficult to damage. If it’s a brand new car with low mileage and in pristine condition, then damaging it without leaving evidence will take more effort and time.

Determine how you want it damaged

Determine where the car is most vulnerable to damage without leaving evidence of how it happened. If someone slashed all four tires on a car that was parked in an alleyway at night, chances are good that no one would see them do it and if they did see them do it and called the police, chances are good that the police wouldn’t find any evidence on those tires because they were in such a dark spot where no one could see them well enough to describe anything specific about what happened.

Damage and dispose of evidence

If you’re looking to damage a car, the best way to do it without leaving evidence behind is to use a blunt object. A hammer, wrench, or similar tool will leave a mark on the car that can be linked back to you.

The best way to avoid this is to use some kind of heavy object like a brick or rock something that won’t leave any trace of your DNA on it. If you don’t have access to such an object in the area where you’re going to damage the car, try carrying one with you.

Once you’ve damaged your target vehicle, dispose of any evidence by throwing it away in different bins or trash bags in different locations (not just one). Scatter them around so they aren’t found together.

Use a key to unlock doors

When you want to damage a car without leaving evidence, the best way is with a key. You can use a key to unlock doors and then open them up so that they are no longer locked. After doing this, people will assume that the door was unlocked by accident and not intentionally damaged.

Put the car in neutral, then turn the ignition switch to start the car

Put the car in neutral, then turn the ignition switch to start the car. The engine will rev high and then stall out, causing damage to the transmission.


It is possible to damage a car without leaving evidence. However, if you don’t know what you’re doing, then there’s a good chance that you’ll end up getting yourself in trouble. It’s best not to try this on your own. If you have any questions or concerns about how to damage a car without leaving evidence, feel free to leave us a comment below.

Steven Hatman
Steven Hatman

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