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What’s inside your car may be more attractive to thieves than your car, warns Frank Scafidi, public affairs director for the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

“There’s always going to be some crook who wants something you have and doesn’t want to pay for it,” Scafidi says. “That’s why keeping your car locked with your stuff out of sight is so important.”
Here are three factors that could make your car a target, and what you can do to fight back.

1. You’ve become complacent.

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