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Monday, August 31, 2015

These are the most-stolen cars in the country

KUSA - The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its annual Hot Wheels report, which identifies the ten most-stolen vehicles in the United States.
The report uses vehicle theft data submitted by law enforcement to the National Crime Information Center and determines the vehicle make, model and model year of vehicles reported stolen.
In 2014, the most stolen vehicles in the U.S. were:
  1. Honda Accord with 51,290 stolen.
  2. Honda Civic with 43,936 stolen.
  3. Ford Pickup, full size, with 28,680 stolen.
  4. Chevrolet Pickup, full size, with 23,196 stolen.
  5. Toyota Camry with 14,605 stolen.
  6. Dodge Pickup, full size, with 11,075 stolen.
  7. Dodge Caravan with 10,483 stolen.
  8. Nissan Altima with 9,109 stolen.
  9. Acura Integra with 6,902 stolen.
  10. Nissan Maxima with 6,586 stolen.
When it comes to 2014 model year cars, these were the most-stolen in 2014:
  1. Ford Pickup, full size, with 964 stolen.
  2. Toyota Camry with 869 stolen.
  3. Ford Fusion with 819 stolen.
  4. Chevrolet Impala with 746 stolen.
  5. Nissan Altima with 687 stolen.
  6. Dodge Charger with 680 stolen.
  7. Taotao Industry Co. Scooter/Moped with 592 stolen.
  8. Toyota Corolla with 578 stolen.
  9. Chevrolet Cruze with 566 stolen.
  10. Ford Focus with 505 stolen.
The NICB offers these tips to protect your car from being stolen:
  • Use common sense. Lock your car and take your keys.
  • Use a warning device. A visible or audible warning device can deter potential thieves.
  • Use an immobilizing device. "Kill" switches, fuel cut-offs and smart keys are some devices that can keep your car from being stolen.
  • Tracking devices emit a signal to police when a vehicle is stolen. They can be effective in helping authorities find stolen vehicles.
(© 2015 KUSA)

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