Car Theft

Cars, Cars, Cars, we love them. Most of us have one, and everyone else wants one.

There were 590 million passenger cars worldwide (around one car per eleven people) in 2002. There were about 806 million cars and light trucks on the road in 2007 and it is estimated the total will be over 1.3 billion by the year 2030.

Cars have become an essential part of our everyday lives. They are often thought of as a status symbol, a show of wealth and even an extension of a persons living quarters. Accordingly, people take even the most minor incident involving their car very seriously. This makes cars a primary target for, theft, acts of revenge, and explains part of the mindset behind road rage.

Vehicle theft has increased at the same rate as car numbers in recent years and is continuing to increase. These articles help you to understand car theft by presenting the techniques used by thieves to steal a car.

Along with some great related articles on driving tips, radar jamming, secrets to speeding, building road spikes, avoiding tickets and how to make your car’s exhaust into a flamethrower!