According to AOL Autos, a car is stolen every 33 seconds in the U.S. And nine out of ten of the worst cites for car thieves, according to a recent Forbes report, are on the west coast. Calif. and Wash. fared worst The Forbes study compared the number of car thefts per populations of 100,000. Read on! →

People who responsibly leave their cars at home in order to celebrate on New Year’s Eve should make sure their cars are good and locked. New Year’s Day is the worst day of the year for car theft. Thieves take advantage of celebration It is almost New Year’s Eve, an occasion to celebrate the passing Read on! →

July and august are traditionally the two worst months for car thefts, according to a just-released LoJack infographic. The graphic is part of a sixth-annual awareness campaign known as National Vehicle Theft Protection Month. National Vehicle Theft Protection Month LoJack, the maker of after-market vehicles security equipment, is in cahoots with the International Association of Read on! →

The annual survey of car theft by the National Crime Insurance Bureau, a trade group of the insurance industry, indicates car theft continues to decline. Most areas had lower rates of car theft in 2011, though some areas are still worryingly high. Overall drop in nationwide crime includes car theft Car theft is one of Read on! →

Vehicle theft rates have been dropping, by as much as 18 percent over the last two years. At the same time, vehicle thefts do still happen. It is important to take a few steps to reduce the chance your car will be stolen as much as possible. 1- Never leave your car running When you Read on! →