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Where Your Car Is Most Likely to Be Stolen in Every State

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Hawaii
> Metro area with most car thefts: Honolulu (Urban)
> Vehicle theft rate: 272.8 per 100,000 residents
> Total vehicles stolen in 2017: 2,697
> Most stolen car in Hawaii: Honda Civic

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Idaho
> Metro area with most car thefts: Pocatello
> Vehicle theft rate: 174.7 per 100,000 residents
> Total vehicles stolen in 2017: 149
> Most stolen car in Idaho: Ford Pickup (Full Size)

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Illinois
> Metro area with most car thefts: Chicago
> Vehicle theft rate: 254.4 per 100,000 residents
> Total vehicles stolen in 2017: 24,254
> Most stolen car in Illinois: Dodge Caravan

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Indiana
> Metro area with most car thefts: Indianapolis
> Vehicle theft rate: 368.9 per 100,000 residents
> Total vehicles stolen in 2017: 7,484
> Most stolen car in Indiana: Ford Pickup (Full Size)

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Iowa
> Metro area with most car thefts: Davenport
> Vehicle theft rate: 278.3 per 100,000 residents
> Total vehicles stolen in 2017 : 1,064
> Most stolen car in Iowa: Chevrolet Pickup (Full Size)

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