DES PLAINES, Ill. – The National Insurance Crime Bureau today released a report on motorcycle thefts in the United States for 2012. The report is based on National Crime Information Center (NCIC) motorcycle theft data for 2012. A total of 46,061 motorcycles were reported stolen in 2012 compared with 46,667 reported stolen in 2011—a decrease of 606 thefts or 1 percent.
As my 15-year-old son gets ready to take his driver's education course, get his learner's permit and head down the path to a life of driving, I worry about how to get across this one simple message: No texting while driving.
Sacramento, CA-- On the eve of an annual diversity summit hosted by the California Department of Insurance, the insurance industry itself is taking careful stock of its little-noticed impact on African-American communities across the state.
SAN DIEGO -- Top U.S. safety official Deborah Hersman wants to see Google’s self-driving cars do more than switch lanes and brake for red lights. She said she also hopes the vehicles record what they do.
Sacramento, August 22, 2013 – Today the California Business Roundtable announced the launch of the California Center for Jobs and the Economy. The Center will provide a comprehensive view of California’s employment picture by region as well as by demographics and industry sectors. The website provides a new data tool that allows users to visually see what is occurring in the state with respect to employment, wages, and other economic data across the regions, by county and by State Senate and Assembly districts.
How much your car costs you each year depends on where you live. Bankrate.com released a state-by-state ranking, based on gas prices, driving habits, insurance rates, taxes and fees. Following are the five most expensive and the five cheapest states to have a car.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released an expanded version of its popular Hot Wheels report which lists the 10 most stolen vehicles in the United States. More details and press release after the jump.
Des Plaines, IL—The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) today released its annual Hot Spots vehicle theft report and California dominates once again. Hot Spots is a per capita review of vehicle thefts from the nation’s metropolitan statistical areas (MSA). NICB data is in line with preliminary FBI vehicle theft data for 2012 which appears to end an eight-year downward trend in vehicle theft.