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Top ten cites to have car stolen A vehicle is stolen in the U.S. every 33 seconds, states AOL Autos. Forbes states that ninety percent of the worst towns for vehicle robberies are on the west coast. Car thefts in California and Washington In the Forbes research, Forbes used the number of vehicle thefts per 100,000 populations. Seven of the most detrimental cities were in California, and nine of them were on the west coast. The second state to keep away from, if you would like to keep your vehicle, is Washington. But only if you travel east of the cascades, where, ironically, the population is far less dense. The “Friendliest Area in South Carolina” is Anderson, South Carolina, and it was the only eastern city to even make it on the list. Apparently those thieves are very friendly. Looking at the top 10 list Here is the complete rundown of cities, followed by the number of automobiles stolen per 100,000 people. 1. Fresno, CA — 808.25 2. Modesto, CA — 639.32 3. Bakersfield, CA — 615.23 4. Spokane, WA — 551.75 5. Yakima, WA — 529.25 6. San Francisco, CA — 528.87 7. Stockton, CA — 507.32 8. Anderson, SC — 483.32 9. Vallejo, CA — 480.71 10. Visalia, CA — 472.78 California never leaving Frank Scafidi is the director of public affairs at the National Insurance Crime Bureau. He explained that California has the most people and the most robberies in it: “California has dominated the list for years… With that combination you get more vehicle theft activity.” California’s proximity to the Mexican border also accounts for some of the state’s higher numbers. According to Forbes, many of the automobiles thieved in the most populace state are found south of the border. Getting the facts Forbes compiled the report by crunching numbers supplied by NCIB, a Midwest non-profit group that combats insurance fraud and auto robberies. NCIB also provided the formula used to determine the rates per 100,000 people. Thieves like one automobile a lot

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Costly sports automobiles are not the number one target of stolen cars. In fact, every-day passenger automobiles such as the Mitsubishi Galant, Chrysler 300, Dodge Magnum, Pontiac Grand Prix and Dodge Charger make up 72 percent of all stolen automobiles, according to the NHTSA. Fewer vehicles thieved recently Getting a vehicle now is much harder though because of GPS systems, alarm systems and more technology built in to prevent thefts. The report is not all bad news since it also showed that vehicle robberies have decreased. Within Magic Toyota Scion Edmonds WA you’ll get one of the best vehicle purchasing experience possible. So check out Edmonds Magic Toyota Scion. Learn more here Visit! The planet's finest autoblogging poster. For further details, Visit Top ten cites to have car stolen

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Top ten cites to have car stolen