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The Most Stolen Cars of 2012

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Each year, The Insurance Bureau of Canada, releases its' report on the most stolen cars. The list is out for the most stolen cars of 2012, and I will let you know what those cars are.
1. 2000 Honda Civic SiR 2DR 
2. 1999 Honda Civic SiR 2DR 
3. 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS 4DR 4WD 
4. 2007 Ford F350 SD 4WD PU 
5. 2005 Cadillac Escalade 4DR AWD 
6. 2006 Ford F350 SD 4WD PU 
7. 2002 Cadillac Escalade 4DR 4WD 
8. 2005 Ford F350 SD 4WD PU 
9. 2004 Ford F350 SD 4WD PU 
10. 1999 Acura Integra 2DR

Is your car on this list? Does it worry you to know your car may be at risk? Notice how many of the cars are the same make only a different year? Is there a pattern?
Here is some things you can do to protect your investment, and make it harder for car thieves.
1. Always lock your doors and roll up your windows. 
2. Park in high traffic areas or at attended lots. 
3. At night, park in your garage or covered area if possible. 
4. Install an alarm system if you don’t already have it on in your vehicle. 
5. Never leave any valuables in your car unattended. Put them in the trunk.
Even if you're car is not on list, these tips can help you thwart car theft. Just because your car wasn't listed, does not mean it doesn't get stolen. The ones listed are just the top cars stolen. You could still be at risk.
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