The most stolen car in America is still Honda Civic 1995 according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau and auto theft appears to have declined dramatically. “The continuing national decrease in vehicle theft is a positive sign that the fight against vehicle theft by law enforcement, the insurance industry and the NICB continues to be effective,” said Robert M. Bryant, NICB’s chief executive in a statement.

License plate readers, “bait cars,” and increased law enforcement funding have helped to dampen auto theft too, but the most effective and simplest way to prevent cars from being stolen is for owners to lock their doors.

“It’s amazing to see how many folks get their cars stolen from leaving their keys in them,” said NICB spokesman Frank Scafidi. “People should just use some basic common sense.”

In addition to using car locks, owners can take a wide array of measures to protect their vehicles, NICB said. The bureau recommends car alarms, “kill switches,” and fuel cut-off tools as inexpensive but effective deterrents to theft. More expensive gadgets are available too that will track stolen cars to help police and owners recover them.

The rank of most stolen cars for 2007:

1. 1995 Honda Civic
2. 1991 Honda Accord
3. 1989 Toyota Camry
4. 1997 Ford F-150 Series Pickup
5. 1994 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Pickup
6. 1994 Acura Integra
7. 2004 Dodge Ram Pickup
8. 1994 Nissan Sentra
9. 1988 Toyota Pickup
10. 2007 Toyota Corolla

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  1. bloggista said...
    buti nalang kotse ko cadillac-kad tsaka vtec-leta.

    Di pa naman na car -nap. :-)
    rhyan said...
    buti nalang wwala ako kotse .. yung japan bike ninanakaw din ba?
    Sedna said...
    @bloggista - haha, kuya iba astig ka! Mas lalong maiinit sa mga mata yun!

    @ryhan - uu, tapos ang bagsak nun, sa junkshop!

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