• Dean Smith

Which Holiday Ranks Highest for Vehicle Thefts?

Every year, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) releases a Holiday Vehicle Theft Report. We would assume that most vehicle thefts occur around the Christmas holiday, which is partially true this year. Check out the infographic and list in ascending order with data pulled from the National Crime Information Center’s stolen vehicle file below:

  1. New Year’s Day (2,469)

  2. President’s Day (2,312)

  3. Halloween (2,297)

  4. Memorial Day (2,290)

  5. Labor Day (2,180)

  6. Valentine’s Day (2,169)

  7. Independence Day (2,124)

  8. New Year’s Eve (1,962)

  9. Christmas Eve (2,054)

  10. Thanksgiving (1,777)

  11. Christmas Day (1,664)


Lock your vehicles and utilize the alarm system if applicable!

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