With new vehicle technology comes new methods for theives to steal cars.
And while anti-theft technology has helped vehicle thefts trend downward since they last peaked at 1.6 million in 1991, the risk of having your car stolen is still prevalent.
According to a report from the Des Plaines, Ill.-based National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), vehicle thefts fell 58% to 699,594 in 2013 ― the most recent data year available. NICB warns, however, that this doesn't mean car owners shouldn't worry about auto theft. Today's thieves are privvy to acquiring smart keys, switching vehicle identification numbers, and using stolen identities to secure loans for expensive vehiclesAmong the data in its report, NICB lists the top 10 most frequently stolen vehicles in 2014 ― owners of these vehicles will want to make sure they keep them safe:
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