Car thieves are using technology to their advantage to gain access to vehicles. Continue Reading...
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According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), the national rate of car theft rose 1.3 percent in 2012 after declining for eight consecutive years. Continue Reading...
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NCIB), a non-profit organization created by the insurance industry to address insurance-related crime, publishes an annual report called Hot Wheels to identify America’s 10 most stolen vehicles. This year, the NICB introduced a special issue called Hot Wheels Classics, which focuses on a specific model with historical significance. For its first Classics… Continue Reading...
The fact is, thieves often steal cars for which they can make the most money selling parts from, which probably explains why, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau; the most stolen car in America at present is the 1994 Honda Accord. Continue Reading...
U.S. auto thefts may be at their lowest rate in 40 years, but if you’re a resident of Fresno, CA there’s a good chance you’re in disbelief. That’s because Fresno holds the title of the number one city for car thefts. In a report issues by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), Fresno has risen… Continue Reading...
However, although overall statistics maybe down, some regions of the country are still leading the way when it comes to vehicle thefts. California, in particular, boasts some of the highest rates of car crime, particularly the Fresno, Central Valley area, which boasts 7,559 thefts, or 812 per 100,000 people. Continue Reading...
With so many people falling on hard times in this economy, some folks will do anything to earn a buck. That includes faking a car accident to make ends meet. According to a recent report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), questionable claims (QC) resulting from staged accidents have increased 46 percent from… Continue Reading...
A pair of Honda models hold the top two spots in the top ten most stolen vehicles in 2008. The 1994 Honda Accord was number one while the 1995 Civic came in second on the list compiled by the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s (NICB) Hot Wheels 2009 report. The report examined data from the National… Continue Reading...