US Car Thefts Rates Continuing to Decrease

It seems that car thieves in the US are beginning to lose interest in ‘the trade’. According to a study by the National Insurance Crime Bureau, auto theft rates are falling, and have been falling for some time. Thieves seem to be doing well in the UK, with their targets including Audis and KTM motorbikes.
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According to the same institution, last year saw a 3.3% decline, as compared to 2010. It apparently is the lowest point for car thefts, since the 1960s and it will continue to decline. However, despite the fact that the overall trend is a positive one, some cars still stand out and make thieves want them. Such a car is the Corvette, with reports stating that at least 1 in 10 Vettes has been stolen over the last 30 years, with reports of strong ‘pockets’ of car thieves still thriving in some areas of California, like Fresno.

This will, in the end, spell disaster for all US car alarm companies which will all go out of business and will ruin the families supported by the car alarm industry - same thing that is happening to the families of coal miners, around the world.

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