There are lots of things make California one of the most desirable places to live…the weather, the beaches, the food, the entertainment, did I mention the weather? Well, of course, there are downsides as well: earthquakes, traffic, pollution, insanely expensive real estate…and now, add one more to that list – auto theft. According to a report released by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), seven of the country's 10 areas with the highest vehicle-theft rates are in California, with Modesto (in central California) topping the list for the second year in a row. Lock your car, DUDE.
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