According to the Hagerty Protection Network, the Chevrolet Corvette is numero uno in terms of stolen collector vehicles for 2003. In a more startling discovery, HPN said that a whopping 44.3 percent were jacked from private residences. Hagerty details a "layered approach" to keeping your old whip locked down, from implementing visible warning devices to setting up a dedicated recovery system. HPN's primary piece of advice, that one should always "remove keys from the ignition," reveals that some owners perhaps deserve to have their cars pinched.
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