California Still the Hottest Spot for Car Theft

According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), almost all of the United States’ car theft hot spots are in California. 

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The 10 U.S. Cities Where You're Most Likely to Get Your Car Stolen

If you don’t want your car to get stolen, avoid California.

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Tips to Prevent Car Theft

Since the months of July and August are the worst months for vehicle thefts, AutoGuide has assembled a list of tips that, if followed, may help you keep your car.

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Top 10 Cars Most Likely to Be Stolen

Would you want to know if the government listed your car among the 10 most likely models to be stolen?

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Nearly Half of All Stolen Vehicles Remain Unrecovered: NHTSA

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released some data on stolen cars, revealing that only 52 percent of stolen vehicles are recovered.

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Auto Theft Up 10.6% on the West Coast

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.

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Christmas Day Has Lowest Car Theft Among Holidays: Study

According to a report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), Christmas Day has the lowest theft figure for a holiday while New Year’s Day is the busiest official holiday for vehicles thieves.

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What to Do If Your Car Has Been Stolen

Despite all of the measures currently in place to prevent vehicle theft, the FBI says that a vehicle is stolen in the United States every 43 seconds.

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How to Get Your Car Stolen: Infographic

Car theft season is here, as we learned earlier this month. Looking for a quick laugh this morning? Take a look at this infographic describing the best ways to get your car stolen. 

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BMW 1M Coupe Stolen in Minutes: Key Fob to Blame

Anyone using a near field communications (NFC) key should take notice: tech savvy thieves can swipe your car without the key.

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Auto Theft Rates Continue to Decline in America

A National Insurance Crime Bureau study shows that overall car theft in the United States declined in 2011, and is continuing on a downward slope. 

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Car Infotainment Systems Could Be Susceptible to Hacking

With the advent of advanced in-car technology comes the downfalls of hackers looking to do malicious things. Some experts are already expressing concern that the use of advanced infotainment systems by automakers worldwide could leave new-generation vehicles open to hacking.

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Lojack Shares Stories On Some 2011 Car Thefts They Helped Stop

Often times we only hear the bad side of the story: cars getting stolen, thieves running off with your precious property, etc. But sometimes it’s nice to hear that there’s a happy ending to some of thefts thanks to Lojack.

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"Gone in 60 Seconds" Plot Foiled, Man Arrested With 99 Car Keys to Vehicles Worth $4 Million

Before he was able to act, Police in Toronto, Canada arrested a man who planned a daring heist straight from the plot of the “Gone in 60 Seconds” Hollywood blockbuster.

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Car Thefts Down Says the FBI; But So Are Recovery Rates

Either stealing a car has become a lot more difficult or the thieves just threw in the towel and decided to try their hand at another career. One thing’s for sure – car thefts were down in 2009.

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