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National Insurance Crime Bureau

Thefts of vehicles in the U.S. rose again last year by more than 4%, according to preliminary 2017 crime data from the FBI. Many of the vehicles that are recovered are missing wheels and rims or other key parts.

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Safety Tip: Guarding Against Vehicle Theft

July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, so here's some timely advice from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

Newer Toyota, Nissan Models Among Most Stolen

Two 2014 Toyota cars — the Camry and Corolla — and the 2015 Nissan Altima made a list of the most frequently stolen vehicles during 2015 and four General Motors models were among the most stolen 2015 models, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

Top 10 Stolen Vehicles Named

Honda's Accord and Civic continue to top the list of most stolen vehicles in the U.S., even as auto thefts have fallen significantly from their peak in the early 1990s following the wider adoption of engine immobolizers.

10 Most Stolen SUVs Named

Three Ford models topped the list of the 10 most stolen sport-utility vehicles according to a report released today by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB).

2012 Equipment Thefts Surpass 10K

According 2012 Equipment Theft Report, a total of 10,925 thefts were reported to law enforcement, a decline of 7% from 2011. Of the stolen equipment, only 2,204 units were recovered.