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A staggering number of car owners ring in the New Year by reporting car thefts. Alas, New Year's Day is traditionally the number one holiday for car thefts. Unfortunately, this year will likely be no exception. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), New Year's Day topped the list with 2,228 reported vehicle thefts in 2012.
Here are five ways to help prevent your car from being stolen on New Year's Day:
If you think ol' Greased Lightning is safe and sound because she's past her prime, think again. Contrary to popular belief, older model cars are stolen the most.