Why Auto Thefts Make Halloween Even Scarier

According to the 2015 Holiday Vehicle Theft Report by the National Crime Information Center, Labor Day and New Year's Day were the 2014 holidays when the most cars were stolen. But just closely behind New Year's Day was Halloween, with 2,010 reported car thefts that day. Holidays prompt people to do things differently, and it may cause people to take chances they might not ordinarily. So it's essential that car owners don't let their guard down just because everyone's in costume, or because you're parked outside a great party at a friend's house. (more…)

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