"Criminals are employing increasingly sophisticated methods to steal vehicles, including the use of advanced technology to bypass security systems," David J. Glawe, president and CEO of NICB, said in a release. "From keyless entry hacks to relay attacks on key fobs, perpetrators are exploiting vulnerabilities in modern vehicle security measures with alarming success rates." Credit: Daniel Jędzura/Adobe Stock

The number of stolen vehicles in the U.S. increased around 1% during 2023, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), which reported the total number of vehicles stolen during the year hit 1.02 million.

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