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By The MNFUIA Team

Most people would say their car is one of the most valuable assets they own — if not the most valuable. Despite that, however, some people make it downright easy for thieves to drive off in their pride and joy, or have a window smashed in and your valuables stolen.
 

At Farmers Union Insurance Agency, we don’t want you walking out your door to an empty driveway or leaving work only to find some broken glass left behind in your parking space. So take care to avoid these five mistakes.

  1. Leave your car running ... and unattended. We know it can be chilly in the mornings, and who wants to wait in a cold car while it warms up? Well, a thief certainly won’t mind the chill — as he’s driving away in your car while you’re finishing that cup of coffee in your kitchen. If your car is running, you should be in it. Period. Even if you’re just running over to the ATM to get some cash or dropping off some mail.
  2. Keep a spare set of keys inside the car. Law enforcement agencies say this is a great way to turn a car prowler into a car thief. They’re already breaking into your car to get a phone, or a laptop, etc. What do you think they’re going to do when they find a set of keys? They’re not going to drop them off on your porch with a nice note, that’s for sure.
  3. Put valuables in plain sight. Seems simple, but we’ve all made this mistake. You’ll just be in the store for a second, after all, so who cares if you leave your smartphone on the front seat? Or items from your other errands in the back seat? Be smart — if you have to leave items in your car, put them in the trunk, or at least hide them as best you can. And do it before you get to your next destination.
  4. Leave your car unsecured. The best thieves can work wonders with a window that’s left open even just a crack. And even the worst thieves can steal a car that’s been left unlocked, with no alarm set.
  5. Assume nobody would want to steal your car. Think your car is too old or too undesirable for a thief to bother? Scrap metal is worth money, so never assume that your car is safe — even if you think it’s just a “junker.”


Keeping thieves away helps to keep everyone’s insurance costs down, so avoiding these mistakes not only will save you hassle, it will save you money. So stay safe, not only on the roads, but in the parking lots as well!
 

Our Agents can work with you to make sure you've got the coverage you need, while at the same time using all possible credits and discounts to make that coverage affordable.

You can get in touch with your local Agent (listed by City) by CLICKING HERE. We want to help you meet your goals, and make sure what's important to you is protected!
 

Thanks to Safeco Insurance for contributing to the content of this blog.


On This Day in History....


January 1: Paul Revere was born (1735).

January 2: US & Canada agreed to preserve Niagra Falls (1929).

January 3: Construction began on the Brooklyn Bridge (1870).

January 4: Columbia University was founded (1754).

January 5: 1st steamboat sailed the Red River (1859).

January 6: Samuel Morse demonstrated the telegraph (1838).

January 7: Galileo Galilei discovered 4 of Jupiter's moons (1610).

January 8: Mona Lisa was on loan to the National Gallery (1963).

January 9: "Dear Abby" 1st published in newspapers (1956).

January 10: John D. Rockefeller incorporated Standard Oil (1870).

January 11: American League adopted "Designated Hitter" Rule (1973).

January 12: Batman debuted on television (1966).

January 13: US & Mexico battled over oil interests (1927).

January 14: US ratified treaty with England ending Rev War (1784).

January 15: The Pentagon first opened in Washington, DC (1943).

January 16: Operation Desert Storm initiated in Kuwait (1991).

January 17: US Supreme Court okayed VHS taping on VCRs (1984).

January 18: US performed 1st nuclear tests in Nevada (1962).

January 19: Scrabble, the board game, debuted (1955).

January 20: Beatles released "Meet the Beatles" (1964).

January 21: Edward Jenner introduced smallpox vaccine (1799).

January 22: Roe vs. Wade ruling by the US Supreme Court (1973).

January 23: Shansi, China earthquake killed 830,000 (1556).

January 24: Beer was first sold in cans (1935).

January 25: The first Emmy Awards were awarded (1949).

January 26: The Dental Drill was patented (1875).

January 27: National Geographic Society was formed (1888).

January 28: Space shuttle Challenger exploded upon takeoff (1986).

January 29: Baseball's American League founded (1900).

January 30: Yerba Buena renamed San Francisco (1847).

January 31: Confederates appoint Robert E. Lee Commander (1865). 


Video originally published on YouTube on June 6, 2013 by the City of Woodbury, MN.


Published on Jun 6, 2013 by the City of Woodbury, Minnesota. Woodbury street crimes officer Steve Hane shows us how quickly your car can be broken into and how you can prevent this from happening.

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