Most Stolen Cars – Is Yours on the List?

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Cars That Thieves Love Most
The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently released new 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. For 2014, the most recent full year of data available, there were a total of 712,786 vehicular thefts reported as of March 2015. Despite a continuing downward trend in overall thefts, the loss of a vehicle is both a personal hardship as well as an economic one. That’s why the NICB recommends car owners practice good common sense including always locking the vehicle, having a theft warning device or app, as well as immobilizing or tracking solutions. Here’s a list of the top 10 vehicles stolen in the U.S. during 2014.

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