5..4..3..2..1..Your car is stolen! While you’re counting down to the year’s end there’s no doubt that there’s a car thief somewhere trying to break into a car and before you can say Happy New Years! the quick thief could already be riding off in their newly acquired vehicle.
The New Years Holiday is the busiest holiday of all for car thieves. The total number of reported car theft incidents dropped in 2009 from 2008. The 2009 New Years Holiday had 2,760 car thefts reported compared to Christmas with 1,336 reported.
These are the car theft numbers for holidays in 2009:
- New Year’s Day 2,760
- Halloween 2,325
- Independence Day 2,207
- Memorial Day 2,207
- President’s Day 2,204
- Labor Day 2,202
- New Year’s Eve 2,189
- Valentine’s Day 2,090
- Christmas Eve 1,851
- Thanksgiving 1,620
- Christmas Day 1,336
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