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From 2014 through 2017, an average of more than 2,000 vehicles were stolen on the Fourth of July holiday each year, which ranks the holiday in the middle of the list of highest-risk holidays for vehicle thefts, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

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Auto Theft Hot Spots Ranked for 2018

While vehicle thefts in the Albuquerque, New Mexico, metropolitan statistical area (MSA) have dropped 28% since 2016, the city continues to have the highest per capita rate of vehicle theft in the nation, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau's 2018 Hot Spots report.

Pickup Tailgate Thefts Rise in Oklahoma

Law enforcement officials in Tulsa, Okla., have seen a spike in pickup truck tailgate thefts. In fact, stolen tailgates accounted for many of the 300 parts ripped from vehicles in Tulsa last year, according to a report on KTUL.

Tailgate Theft in Oklahoma

Law enforcement officials in Tulsa, Okla., have seen a rise in thefts of pickup tailgates, which can be prevented with a tailgate lock.

Leaving Warming Up Cars

Fleet drivers should be warned about the dangers of leaving their cars unattended while they warm up.

Key Fob-Linked Thefts

Auto thefts are on the rise partly because thieves are finding innovative ways to hack key fobs, reports CBS News.

Vehicle Security Tips

Car thefts may be more likely to happen in the summer months. To better protect your fleet vehicles, have your drivers follow these three tips from the National Insurance Crime Bureau.