Number of motor vehicle thefts reported in the U.S. in 2017, by state

Total number of motor vehicle thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
Number of motor vehicle thefts reported in the U.S. in 2017, by state This statistic shows the total number of motor vehicle thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, the federal state of California was ranked first with total 168,391 reported cases of motor vehicle theft. followed by Texas with 68,041 cases.
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Total number of motor vehicle thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state

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Number of motor vehicle thefts
California 168,391
Texas 68,041
Florida 42,914
Washington 28,796
Georgia 26,263
Colorado 21,861
Illinois 20,881
Ohio 20,253
Missouri 19,921
Michigan 19,573
Arizona 19,058
Tennessee 18,524
Oregon 17,140
North Carolina 15,798
Indiana 15,401
South Carolina 14,257
Maryland 13,568
New York 13,410
Pennsylvania 12,985
Alabama 12,841
Nevada 12,812
Oklahoma 12,251
New Mexico 11,772
Louisiana 10,962
Kentucky 10,244
Virginia 10,172
Minnesota 9,979
Utah 9,529
Wisconsin 9,468
Kansas 7,846
Massachusetts 7,540
Connecticut 7,309
Arkansas 7,253
Iowa 5,579
Hawaii 5,269
Nebraska 5,203
Mississippi 4,631
Alaska 4,258
West Virginia 3,002
Montana 2,592
District of Columbia 2,587
Idaho 2,146
North Dakota 1,773
Rhode Island 1,483
South Dakota 1,383
Delaware 1,369
New Hampshire 915
Maine 793
Wyoming 779
Vermont 194
Number of motor vehicle thefts
California 168,391
Texas 68,041
Florida 42,914
Washington 28,796
Georgia 26,263
Colorado 21,861
Illinois 20,881
Ohio 20,253
Missouri 19,921
Michigan 19,573
Arizona 19,058
Tennessee 18,524
Oregon 17,140
North Carolina 15,798
Indiana 15,401
South Carolina 14,257
Maryland 13,568
New York 13,410
Pennsylvania 12,985
Alabama 12,841
Nevada 12,812
Oklahoma 12,251
New Mexico 11,772
Louisiana 10,962
Kentucky 10,244
Virginia 10,172
Minnesota 9,979
Utah 9,529
Wisconsin 9,468
Kansas 7,846
Massachusetts 7,540
Connecticut 7,309
Arkansas 7,253
Iowa 5,579
Hawaii 5,269
Nebraska 5,203
Mississippi 4,631
Alaska 4,258
West Virginia 3,002
Montana 2,592
District of Columbia 2,587
Idaho 2,146
North Dakota 1,773
Rhode Island 1,483
South Dakota 1,383
Delaware 1,369
New Hampshire 915
Maine 793
Wyoming 779
Vermont 194
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
This statistic shows the total number of motor vehicle thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, the federal state of California was ranked first with total 168,391 reported cases of motor vehicle theft. followed by Texas with 68,041 cases.
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