Thursday, August 25, 2005

 

Topping the charts

It's good to know that we're still number one in some area.
Fewer cars were stolen last year in the United States, but the car mecca that is California has earned the unfortunate distinction of the nation's auto-theft hotspot, according to a report this week.

The state is home to seven of the 10 metropolitan areas ranked highest in vehicle theft rates in 2004, a report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau found.

Call me crazy, but wouldn't it be more efficient --- by today's standards --- to just declare a state of emergency?

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