Idaho Motor Vehicle Theft Trends

Motor vehicle theft in Indiana is described as the act of theft of a self propelled vehicle that primarily runs on a land surface. This includes motorcycles, scooters, snowmobiles, recreational vehicles and industrial equipments. In this definition, the law prohibits people from the act of joyriding, as it is also a form of motor vehicle theft.

Car theft trends in Idaho

Automobiles make up the majority of the stolen motor vehicles in Idaho. With an 81.7 percentage distribution in 2011, it takes the lead as the choice target for local thieves. Surprisingly, the data also shows that car theft incidents occurs the most at the victim’s local residence.

It is also worthy to note that in the span of five years, there is a significant decline in car theft incidents in the state. With 2201 cases in 2007, the numbers decreased to 1278 in 2011.

Avoid being a victim of car theft

As soothing as the concluded data might sound, it is but wiser to always be vigilant about the safety of your cars. By employing certain car security measures, you will be saving yourself from insurance nuisance and money woes.

  1. Hide your keys

Before you leave your cars, make sure that you’ve hidden your keys properly. Never leave them hanging in your car ignition. And please avoid putting a second set of keys inside your car.

  1. Lock your doors

Never walk away without first checking if you’ve properly locked your cars. Make sure to check each car doors and windows before leaving the parking lot.

  1. Take your things

Leaving your expensive gadgets in your car might lead to broken windows and stolen car accessories. Always take them out of your cars, and save yourself the trouble of paying for window restorations!

Help spread awareness in your city

With this knowledge in hand, you can help keep your city safe by placing the copyright and trademark protected signs and designs on your property or in your area. You can also make custom sign donations to your local police department and they will disperse them to businesses and in parks and recreation areas. Hide Lock Take started as a proactive crime awareness program in Dallas. It has since become the most successful tool that travels around the country fighting crimes and making a difference. If you want to keep your city safe and educate the citizens let be your resource.