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The Most Stolen Cars Are…

No driver wants to think about having his or her car stolen. And for some drivers, research shows that their cars are more of a target for theft than other drivers’ cars.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau, a nonprofit organization that partners with insurers and law enforcement agencies to facilitate the identification, detection and prosecution of insurance criminals, recently reported that vehicle thefts fell 58 percent in 2013. (That’s the most recent year that data is available.)

That said, 699,594 cars were stolen in 2013. While everyone should take caution with their car, the owners of the 10 most stolen cars might want to be extra vigilant. Find out which cars made the list by reading the source article.

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Help protect your vehicle by making sure you always lock your car and by having the right auto insurance. An insurance professional like an Erie Insurance agent can help you find the right coverage at the right price.

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