U.S. Auto Thefts Down 60% since 1991

Here’s a report that may brighten your holiday season just a bit more: Auto thefts in the U.S. are down 60% since the all-time high in 1991. In fact, the number of car thefts in 2013 were the lowest in the U.S. since 1967 according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. In 1991, 1,661,738 cars…

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Lower Gas Prices May Slow Consumption of Fuel-Saving Vehicles

We’ve all been enjoying lower prices at the gas pump. A long downward trend in gas prices could make fewer consumers want to purchase fuel-efficient vehicles, however, one Ford executive reports. Fuel-efficient vehicles, of course, are better for the environment and crucial to reducing climate change. Ford is confident, however, that sales of it’s eco-friendly EcoBoost…

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