Most Stolen Cars in the U.S.

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America’s Most Wanted — By Car Thieves
The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently released its latest findings on the most stolen cars in America. The annual “Hot Wheels” report analyzes vehicle theft data submitted to the NICB by law enforcement agencies from around the country. According to the NICB, during 2016 there were more than 750,000 vehicles stolen in the U.S. — an increase of more than 50,000 versus 2015. “The increase in vehicle thefts over the past two years should be a reminder that drivers must do their part to protect their vehicles,” said NICB President and CEO Joe Wehrle. “Anti-theft systems in newer model cars and trucks are excellent, but they don’t work if you don’t use them. Far too many thefts occur because the vehicle is left unlocked and the key or fob is inside. “ It’s no surprise that the list of most stolen vehicles is a close reflection of the best-selling vehicles in America. Here’s a look at 10 vehicles that were most popular among car thieves in 2016.

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