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The official app for StolenCar.com - The Nation’s Neighborhood Watch for Stolen Vehicles provides access to a geographically relevant 'hot sheet' of missing or stolen vehicles, as well as enables you to take a photo of any vehicle license plates that you think might be stolen and submit for confirmation. Information on a missing vehicle that leads to its recovery will result in a generous cash and non-cash prize being awarded to the information provider.
The FBI reports that the theft of automobiles, trucks, and motorcycles in Canada and the USA results in $7 billion in annual losses. The average dollar loss per theft was $7,680. This can be a devastating financial loss for a vehicle owner without theft coverage. It's also an enormous cost to the insurance carriers, which gets passed along to the rest of us.
The Nation’s Neighborhood Watch for Stolen Vehicles is designed to empower everyday citizens to make it nearly impossible for car thieves to hide their stolen motorcycles, trucks, and cars.
How It Works:
Once you’ve registered, you will receive a hot sheet of stolen vehicles within 50 miles of your current location. In addition to a description of the vehicle, you’ll find a map of the location where it was last seen. If you see it, you contact your local law enforcement agency to report it’s location, and then register it with us to become eligible for a reward, or you can just report it to us by taking a photo of the license plate. We cross check our database and other national databases of stolen vehicles, and if it matches a license plate we are looking for, we contact the police and they recover the car. You then get the reward.
Last updated 18 Mar 2019
Published 20 Mar 2019
Amazingly enough, it's reckoned that between 700,000 and 1 million vehicles are stolen every year in the US, depending on which figures you believe. Just think about that figure. To make it easier, we'll do the stats on the lower figure. At 700,000 that's nearly 60,000 per month, close to 14,000 per week or damn near 2,000 vehicles per day. You've got to think that law enforcement is fighting a losing battle with those kinds of figures. Clearly, there just aren't enough police on the streets of America and they need a hand. So, both this reviewer and an enterprising and innovative app developer can see room for some help for them. And that's why we are introducing a new app into the arena called StolenCar today.
This new free app for Android and iOS calls itself 'The Nation’s Neighborhood Watch for Stolen Vehicles' and provides access to a geographically relevant 'hot sheet' of missing or stolen vehicles. It's an all-encompassing and easy to use app. Just take a photo of any suspicious vehicle's license plate and you can check it against the database of stolen vehicles or simply submit it for confirmation through the app. StolenCar will take it from there. Information on a missing vehicle that leads to its recovery will result in a generous cash and non-cash prize being awarded to the information provider.
So, how does it work and is there any...