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Most Commonly Stolen Vehicle Models in California, 2005
1. 1991 Honda Accord
2. 1995 Honda Civic
3. 1989 Toyota Camry
4. 1994 Nissan Sentra
5. 1990 Acura Integra
6. 1986 Toyota Pickup
7. 1993 Saturn SL
8. 1987 Toyota Corolla
9. 1990 Chevrolet Full Size C/K 1500 Pickup
10. 1997 Ford F150 Series
Source: National Insurance Crime Bureau
Auto Theft in Los Angeles County, National Rank, & Theft Rate
* Among 360 U.S. Metropolitan Areas
In 2005, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Los Angeles ranked 22nd among U.S. cities for the highest auto theft rate in the nation, ranking behind Las Vegas, Phoenix, Seattle, Tucson, Detroit, Denver, Abuquerque and Honolulu. The Los Angeles metro area further had a lower auto theft rate than other California metro areas such as Modesto, Stockton, Visalia, Sacramento, San Diego, Fresno, San Francisco-Oakland, Riverside-San Bernardino, Bakersfield, El Centro and Vallejo-Fairfield. Because of its shear size, however, the L.A. metro area reported the highest number of stolen vehicles (86,564) of any U.S. metro area, easily dwarfing the next ranking metro area for number of stolen vehicles - New York Area (47,949).
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, California leads the nation in the number of reported motorcycle thefts. In 2005, California reported 9,110 stolen motorcycles. Florida followed with only about two-thirds that number at 6,324 reported thefts.
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