Tips and Tricks
July is National Vehicle Theft Protection Month, according to the International Association of Auto Investigators and LoJack Corporation.
The San Diego County Sheriff's Department recently reported that since November, Fallbrook, California, has had more than 100 vehicle burglaries.
Taking a vehicle off road can be a thrilling experience.
A closet might be a convenient place to store your belongs, but it won't stop a thief.
Anyone who has had something stolen knows the feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you realize you were a victim of theft.
Often the worst part about having valuables stolen isn't actually being robbed of those items, it's the peace of mind that gets taken from you, changing your thought process everyday.
Those who are obsessed with the outdoors likely know how important security is.
An off-road trip can be hard on gear.
Whether you've just had a break in or you are trying to take measures to avoid one, there are ways to prevent thieves from making off with your belongings.
The warm weather has arrived and Americans are likely taking to the woods for camping and other outdoor activities.
I recently had the pleasure of attending the Overland Expo at Mormon Lake Lodge outside of Flagstaff, Arizona and was able to catch up with a veteran of the event.
Home and vehicle owners should always take precautions when it comes to safeguarding their family and belongings, but that goes double during the springtime.
Don't think your name has anything to do with your car being stolen? Think again.
She might have been aspiring to be a paramedic or she just took the video game Grand Theft Auto way to seriously, but things didn't end too well for 41-year-old Terri Efaw when she broke into a fire station in McMinn County, Tennessee and stole an ambulance.
Unfortunately home break ins happen, so it's important to be prepared.
Atlanta police are trying to track down a criminal they believe has been on a frenzy of vehicle break-ins.
Having a car stolen or broken into can be a nightmare.
Every criminal isn't as dumb as Brandon Campbell, so it's always important to keep valuable in a lock box.
The warmer months of the year have arrived and chances are camping trips are being planned now.
Having a car stolen is a nightmare.
Spring is in full swing and campers, hikers, hunters, mountain bikers and fishermen are taking to the woods.
The weather is improving and more Americans are likely planning their spring and summer camping trips.
Every driver should have a roadside emergency kit in their car, especially those who are going on long camping or road trips.
Cities are constantly looking for ways to reduce crime rates, and lately that means turning to big data to help pinpoint problem areas.
Police officers keep our streets safe.
While April is typically a time where vehicle owners have their cars inspected at body shops, why not also improve a ride by adding some additional security and storage accessories?
Having a car broken into can be a nightmare.
A man who broke into more than two dozen cars in Northern California has finally been arrested.
It seems that we have more valuables on us at all times than ever before.
Whether you're packing up your RV for a trip with the whole family or setting out alone in a two-seater convertible, road trips are one of the great American traditions.
With spring right around the corner, you may be mentally preparing for the hiking and camping trips you have planned once winter is through.
If you're a life long pick-up truck driver, you've probably spent many years attempting to get the truck of your bed perfectly organized before giving up and just tossing everything in haphazardly.
Whether you're off on a week-long road trip or away from home for a few hours to run some errands, you'll want to safeguard your residence against burglars.
Road trips are one of the great American experiences, whether you have a specific destination or just want to take in the sights of the country.
For those of us who love the great outdoors, winter can be one of the best times for hiking.
No matter what you drive, vehicle organization is extremely important.
Car thieves are an unavoidable population in the world, but there are ways you can keep their greasy palms off your vehicle and valuables.