Ohio's most stolen car is......

Stolen Vehicles

It's Friday night and it's been another long week of meeting deadlines and dealing with the staff. You walk into the parking garage and look for your car―but it is not there. While having your car stolen is not the end of the world (although it may feel like it at the time), it is upsetting, time-consuming, costly, and a complete hassle.

Make an informed decision on your next vehicle purchase by knowing which vehicles are most often stolen in your state. Some vehicles are just plain targets for criminals because they are popular and easy to sell off in the stolen car market.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has information on the most stolen vehicles in each state, so as a protective service to you, DMV.ORG links to the

Ohio

1. 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass
2. 1993 Buick Century
3. 1994 Dodge Caravan
4. 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
5. 1990 Buick LeSabre
6. 1993 Ford Taurus
7. 1999 Pontiac Grand Am
8. 1991 Chevrolet Blazer
9. 1991 Toyota Camry
10. 1994 Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee

http://www.dmv.org/stolen-vehicles.php#tz_OH
https://www.nicb.org/cps/rde/xchg/SID-4031FE95-2A71CAAB/nicb/hs.xsl/218.htm

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this one amazed me that a 86 cutlass is ohio's number one stolen car! i also found it interesting that ohio also has the oldest car as it's #1.

You posted another car-oriented story just to try to get me and the turd-dropping, Jeep-driving, masturbating Lone Ranger into another get-go. Won't work. Anyway, he's off doing his Jeep "wrangler" act on himself. The reason 1990s American cars are atop the most-stolen list is because they don't run and the owners have them towed into cornfields, burned, and then they file claims with the insurance company. "It was stolen!" No Mazdas on your list, I see. Zoom, zoom.

Patience is a great virtue.

:) i noticed no mazdas. someone's got to keep conversations moving.

you'd think there would be nicer and newer cars on this list. when i think of cars being stolen i think of brand new ones. when i got my newer van i started locking it. although, when there was a series of car break ins on my street last year my unlocked van was not messed with. :) then again, it wasn't worth much and i didn't have anything in it, unless they were desperate for car seats. :)

my buddy Terry's 1987 Yugo GT with a damn body flair package, and I am serious, outside a nightclub.

I remember the quote, "sorry buddy, I thought it was my Horizon."

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