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How to prevent your car from being stolenWritten by Sophie Evans
Site: www.hootcarinsurance.co.uk Article Date: 12 July 2005 Release date: Immediate
How to prevent your car from being stolen
Car crime is falling and statistics show that car criminals are slowly being outwitted by vehicle owners and police. Car crime fell by 9 percent between 2002/3 and 2003/4 according to police recorded crime statistics, proving that if owners continue to make small changes in their behaviour they will generate a dramatic decline in number of car insurance claims being made for stolen cars.
Having your car broken into or stolen is a distressing business that leads to emotional upset and financial implications. If your car is stolen you will have hassle of making a claim on your car insurance policy and you will be seriously inconvenienced until it is replaced. If you have had belongings taken from your car then chances are you will feel violated, having lost something valuable or irreplaceable. This is a natural response to having someone enter your property or take something that’s yours.
It’s fairly easy to break into a car, windows can be smashed and locks forced. Fortunately however measures can be taken to stop thieves in their tracks. If every driver follows thirteen point plan below then insurance premiums might fall and honest motorist can keep their property to themselves. Keep your no claims bonus and even reduce your car insurance premiums by doing following:
1.Never leave anything on display in your car. If you leave your bag, stereo, CD’s, wallet or mobile phone lying around in your car, then it is going to become a target for thieves 2.Park your car under a street lamp or in well lit open space if possible. Thieves do not want to work under a spotlight and are more likely to go for a car that is parked in a shady spot 3.Better still put your car in garage every night if you have one and lock it. It is unlikely that car criminals will try and break into your garage to get to your vehicle 4.It sounds obvious but always remember to lock your car. Often car thieves are given an easy ride by people who leave their cars open 5.Try to park your car in a secure attended car park if you are leaving it anywhere public 6.Have a car alarm fitted by a professional. This will deter a thief like nothing else 7.Invest in a steering lock and use it every time you leave your car 8.Have an immobiliser fitted which prevents car from starting. This will make sure that even if thief gains access to your car he/she won’t be able to drive it away 9.Have a tracker fitted so that your car can be traced if it is taken 10.Have your car registration or vehicle identification number etched onto windows, both windscreens and headlights. This would deter a thief planning to disguise identity of your car by changing its appearance 11.Put security markings on your car equipment. It is recommended that you put your vehicle registration on items such as your stereo 12.Never leave vehicle documents in your car as they could help a thief to sell it on 13.Put aerial down so as not to give vandals temptation