At first this was just a simple annoyance as only the top people were doing it, but now it happens so often it's borderline exploiting game systems to perform actions the devs probably don't intend. So, here's what they are doing: Bind the vehicle window where you can lock it, kick people out, decon, etc... to an easier key. When you know there's no chance at escaping, you jump out of your vehicle, open the vehicle window and deconstruct. While most just suicide after that, the ones who care about their K/D ratio log off. Doing this prevents the person(s) trying to kill you from getting vehicle destruction XP and kill XP. My suggestion to fix this problem, that will only grow as time goes on unless something is done, is as follows: 1. Make the log out system EXACTLY like it was in PS1. In friendly territory, it takes 10 seconds to log out. In enemy territory, it takes 30 seconds to log out. While the log out timer is counting down, any actions (moving, shooting, even opening the map) stops the count down forcing you to have to restart the timer. 2. Deconstruct system, any of these options would be good enough for me: A.) The vehicle has to have not performed an action for X amount of time before being allowed to decon. B.) The vehicle must be with in a 15 meter vicinity to a friendly vehicle pad in order to decon. C.) Upon clicking the deconstruct button in the vehicle window, a countdown starts similar to the log out idea. Friendly territory = 10 seconds, enemy territory = 30 seconds. If the vehicle moves or takes damage, countdown stops and has to be restarted by the owner. Aircraft must be landed to start the timer.