Tagged “car theft”

Victoria: Holden Still The Favourite For Car Thieves In 2014

New data for 2014 shows that Holden remains the top pick for car thieves in Victoria, reflecting numbers drawn from across the nation in recent years.

Grand Theft Australia: New Report Lists Our Most Stolen Cars In 2013

Insurance comparison company Comparethemarket has compiled a list of Australia’s most stolen cars last year, called ‘Grand Theft A...

Holden Commodore The Most Stolen Car In SA: RAA

The Holden Commodore is by far the darling of South Australian car thieves, with stats published by the Royal Automobile Association of South ...

Nearly 160 Vehicles Stolen In Australia Each Day: NMVTRC

New research with the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council has revealed that in the 2012/13 financial year, 158 motor vehi...

Victoria Police Launching Task Force To Tackle Car Thefts

Victoria Police will launch a new task force targeting organised crime groups involved in the theft of cars in North Western Melbourne suburbs.&...

Melbourne's West Tops The State's Favourites For Car Thieves: RACV

Melbourne's western and inner suburbs are Victoria's riskiest region for parked cars, new figures from insurer RACV reveal this week.&nb...

Commodore Favourite For Thieves, Daylight Robbery Most Common: RACV

New insurance claims figures released by Victoria's RACV this week shows that car thieves prefer the morning shift, and the Holden Commodore...

AAMI: Advanced Car Security Leading Thieves To Snatch Keys From The Home

New research by insurer AAMI shows there's no place like home for car thieves. The study showed that of the one in eight Australian driv...

NSW To Ban Re-Registration For Written-Off Vehicles

IN AN EFFORT to curb the use of stolen vehicles and parts in the 'rebirthing' of written-off vehicles, the New South Wales Government pl...

GPS Device And Gadget Theft From Cars On The Rise

NSW POLICE FIGURES released this week show that window and dash-mounted GPS devices are popular targets for thieves, with over 5000 stolen from NS...