Thieves tend to value efficiency. If your car is too difficult or risky to steal, it’s less likely for them to attempt it.
We highly recommend you implement one or more (or all!) of the following, especially if you live in a high theft area. That way, even if your car does get stolen, there’s a better chance of recovering it or catching the perpetrators.
Steering wheel locks
Brake and tire locks
Car alarm systems
A GPS tracking device
As you can see, it’s very important to keep your car door locked and your keys somewhere safe. Especially since there are also
The more useful answer is: do you have comprehensive insurance?
Liability and collision insurance won’t cover car theft. However, if you have comprehensive insurance, you can probably file a claim if your car gets stolen.
Time is of the essence if your car is stolen
It’s really important to report any stolen car ASAP so that your insurance will cover your loss. You should also file a police report so that you won’t be liable for any accidents, injuries, or crimes that happen while your vehicle is stolen.
To help maximize your chances of getting the car back, be ready to give the following information to officials:
Your license plate number
The make, model, and year of the vehicle
The vehicle color
Any distinct features
The vehicle identification number (VIN)
Whether your car has a GPS device
Details about how/when it was stolen
Best comprehensive insurance in case of car theft
We know how terrible car theft feels. At the end of the day, insurance is one of the best ways to protect yourself from the unexpected and unwanted.
If you’re worried about whether the car insurance you have is optimal,