Motorcycle thefts in the United States dropped by 24 percent in 3 years
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The National Insurance Crime Bureau has announced their latest statistics regarding motorcycle thefts, and said that in 2010, the number of stolen vehicles fell by 24 percent when compared to the total in 2007.

In 2007, there had been 65,678 stolen motorcycles reported, but in 2010, that number fell to 49,791, according to the National Crime Information Center data.

The statistics also identified the makes that were most frequently stolen in 2010. As with automobiles, the top manufacturer of stolen motorcycles was Honda (12,260). This was followed by Yamaha (9,853), then Suzuki (7,869), and Kawasaki (5,470) and finally Harley-Davidson (3,301). The top five makes of motorcycle in terms of theft made up 38,753, or 77.8 percent of all of the thefts that year.

Moreover, the top states for motorcycle theft were also identified for 2010. They were led by California, with 5,662 thefts, and followed by Texas (4,394), Florida (4,148), North Carolina (2,649) and finally…………… continues on Live Insurance News
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