So after working a reverse double, midnights, 12p-8a, then a day shift 8a-4p I finally get back to the Troop I work at to get into the commander and go home after a looooong 16 hours of dealing with the public in their time of emergency and bitching about every little thing they think law enforcement should and should not do about their neighbors and speeders etc (see how this is going?). I turn the key and the commander doesn't start....NOTHING, just a click, a single click sound. The gauges all come on, the radio comes on A/c starts blowing, but NO ENGINE. I tried several times checked everything and even put the battery jump on the battery and it read full, i still tried to jump it anyway but nothing! i call the dealership (meadowland of Carmel NY) they tell to me to get under the Jeep and tap the starter with a hammer and try rocking the Jeep, so after working 16 long hours I'm laying in the middle of a HOT parking lot trying to get the Jeep to start with a hammer!!! After about 2.5 hours of banging different parts and rocking it etc i had it towed...now it has 46,000 miles so the roadside has ended as did the warranty, so far im at $4.00 a mile for the tow, nearest dealership is 15 miles from where I work and where the Jeep is, and thats NOT the dealership I have been using, they are 34 miles away from where I work, and top of it all I need a new starter most likely. I can't believe on a 2006 vehicle with under 50,000 miles and im replacing the starter already I had a 1986 Ford Bronco II with over 200k and it still had the ORIGINAL starter, I'm thinking about $400 or so in parts in labor PLUS the tow bill.....there goes that overtime I killed myself working for today.