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Like other's have suggested, child safety locks will be your best friend. My friend has raccoons that have the same problem. Although child locks will help prevent the little bandits from stealing, there are other measures you should take too. I bet one of your major things is the dirty clothes hamper, Ferrets love cotton fabric- but especially love dirty underwear. Start putting your dirty clothes basket in the bathroom and reminding everyone to close the door. This will also help prevent your little rodent from drowning himself in the toilet. Buy a little mesh sock bag- you know the kind you put socks into to wash them so they don't get lost. Put your dirty underwear in the bag so it will be harder for your little guy to get at. Find the drawer that is your little guys favorite, put all your old unwanted clothes here that you wouldn't mind having the little guy steal. I bet he just likes the attention he gets from you every time you find something he's stolen from you. So the next time that he steals an unwanted piece of clothing, make a big deal. He'll figure it out soon enough that -that drawer is the one you really don't want him to get in(even though you could care less about your old clothes) and return back to that drawer to loot you again.
If you didn’t steal the vehicle I’d try calling a dealership that specializes in your make (Mazda, Chevy, Ferrari etc…) and asking for possible solutions. If they can’t help you over the phone you’ll probably end up having to take the vehicle there as the dealership technicians will be best equipped to service what sounds like an electrical wiring or sensor problem in your vehicle.
MOST inline skates dont have stoppers. If you play in an inline hockey league you dont use rubber stoppers. The way i stop is just drag my toe.