While you are ringing in the New Year, thieves may be celebrating with your key ring.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) warns that cars damaged in the recent Texas and South Central U.S. floods are likely to be sold by fraudsters.
The latest Holiday Vehicle Theft Report found that New Year’s Day was the second most active holiday for car thefts.
Last year, almost 2,000 cars were stolen on Halloween. LoJack offers these tips on how you can protect your car.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has warned that cars damaged in the recent Texas and Midwestern floods are likely to be sold to unsuspecting car buyers.
An organized scam that uses phony bank checks to purchase cars via Craigslist has become widespread.
You may be putting yourself at a financial risk by warming up your car ahead of time.
Some sophisticated crime rings are using identity theft to get their hands on new cars.
Vehicle thefts are declining, but one state is still attracting tons of thieves, according to a new report.
Staged car accidents are a nationwide problem, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.