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Thieves in Russia Choose Japanese Cars
30.10.2012 10:23
Thieves in Russia Choose Japanese Cars

The cases of car thefts are growing in number in Russia. 

      Within 9 months of the current year this indicator has accelerated by 14 percent in comparison with the same period of 2011. Japanese cars such as Honda, Toyota, Lexus, Mazda and Mitsubishi happen to be stolen more often than others. A company specializing in satellite security systems has carried out relevant research. According to its data, those are cars more than three years older that are generally stolen for spare part. 

      Besides, whereas earlier stolen cars were driven from Moscow, Petersburg and Yekaterinburg to the Caucasus and other regions, now cars from Russia are most often “exported” to CIS countries and the European Union.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Japan Cars Thefts   

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