Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Don’t even take your car there: This was the state with the most stolen cars in 2022

He was informed during 2022 3 mile 361 auto theft In Mexico, a figure that represents an increase of 14.7 percent compared to the previous year, according to data from the National Association of Vehicle Tracking and Protection Companies (ANERPV).

about this Most stolen vehicles for the second year, only after 2019 (before the start of the Covid pandemic) when 3,892 stolen units were reported. Vehicle theft has increased as compared to 2021 in 432 units.

An average of 280 units were stolen during the year ended Heavy, Light and Private Vehicles, whereas in 2019, an average of 324 dacoities took place daily. Compared to 2021, thefts increased by 39 more units, with an average of 241 units stolen per month.

And the unit where most vehicles were stolen…

organization insisted on State of Mexico was the unit with the highest record of robberies in 2022, with a total 972 unitsfollowed by Jalisco with 558 stolen vehicles; Puebla, with 365 vehicles, and Guanajuato, with 238 units.

By unit type, the association pointed out that heavy vehicles such as Truck, tractor-trailer and cargo They were the most stolen units with 1,580 vehicles, mainly in Adomex, Puebla and Guanajuato, followed by private vehicles with 1,299 units, with Adomex, Jalisco and Mexico City also ahead.

Records also show that 32 per cent of dacoities took place in the morning and 31 per cent in the afternoon, while the rest at night or early morning,

On the other hand, the distribution of robberies by weekdays during December 2022 revealed that on tuesday and thursday They were the ones with the highest criminal activity, each accounting for 20 percent of the total registered for the last month of the year.

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