Most likely cities you're at risk for auto theft

The National Insurance Crime Bureau has come out with their annual report on who and where cars are being swiped.

The NICB says that most cars are taken by organized crime rings and are very methodical. Last year, over 773-thousand vehicles were stolen and most by those rings. Common cars are more likely to be taken, because parts are a big business.

More importantly, it’s where you live that makes you the biggest target. Many of the crime rings operate out of big cities, so the closer you are to them, the more at risk you are.

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