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March 25, 2009

Coping With Car Theft

Car_theftAuto theft or vandalism certainly is not the first thing you would want to happen to your car this summer. People take many precautions to make sure that their car is protected from thieves or vandals, but don't think of what to do in case the car is stolen or vandalized anyway.

If your car is stolen, contact law enforcement immediately. Speed is everything when it comes to chasing down car thieves, and that includes the timeliness of it being reported stolen. Make sure you know the make and model of your car, along with license plate and vehicle identification numbers. Also, it helps to keep a copy of your vehicle registration and insurance card on your person, as it helps processes with law enforcement and insurance agents go faster and smoother.

For more information on how to handle car theft check out RTM's article, What To Do Before Your Car Is Stolen.


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