Top 10 Stolen Vehicles Each year, IBC produces a list of the top 10 stolen vehicles in Canada. IBC also reports on the top 10 stolen vehicles and trends in organized auto theft for specific regions in Canada.Stolen Vehicles Cost EveryoneAutomobile theft is much more than an insurance problem; it's an expensive social menace. Each year, automobile theft costs Canadians close to $1 billion, including $542 million for insurers to fix or replace stolen vehicles, $250 million in police, health care and court system costs and millions more for correctional services.Learn about This Year’s Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles See if your vehicle is a potential target. To view top stolen vehicles in another region, change the region selection.Interested in finding out how other makes and models perform? Review the Canadian Loss Experience Automobile Rating (CLEAR) to determine how likely it is that a specific make, model and model year of vehicle will be involved in a theft claim. Why Does a Criminal Target a Vehicle?How often your make and model of vehicle is stolen is one of the factors insurers use to set your insurance premium. Thieves generally steal vehicles for one of four reasons:To sell abroad: Stolen vehicles are often immediately packed – with their vehicle identification numbers (VINs) still intact – and shipped abroad, where they are sold for many times their original market value.To sell to unsuspecting consumers: Stolen vehicles may be given a false VIN and then sold to unsuspecting consumers. They can also be dismantled and sold for parts.To get somewhere: This may be referred to as “joyriding.” Auto theft of any kind is a crime and innocent people may get hurt or killed as a result.To commit another crime: Stolen vehicles used to commit other crimes are often recovered – abandoned and badly damaged – within 48 hours of their theft.All about the Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles List Every December since 2003, IBC has published an annual list of the top 10 stolen vehicles in Canada. The statistics IBC publishes are wholly based on actual insurance claims data collected from nearly all automobile insurance companies in Canada. These companies write almost all of the automobile insurance in the country.IBC represents more than 90% of the non-government home, vehicle and business insurance companies across Canada. It is highly regarded as a provider of automobile insurance rating information. *The list of the top 10 stolen vehicles in the individual Atlantic provinces is equal to the combined experience of all the Atlantic provinces. Top 10 Stolen Vehicles -Years: 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Provinces:AlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaNorthwest TerritoriesNunavutOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanYukonCanadaRankModel12007 FORD F350 SD 4WD22006 FORD F350 SD 4WD32005 FORD F350 SD 4WD42004 FORD F350 SD 4WD52006 FORD F250 SD 4WD62003 FORD F350 SD 4WD72018 LEXUS RX350/RX350L/RX450h/RX450hL 4DR AWD82005 FORD F250 SD 4WD92002 FORD F350 SD 4WD101998 HONDA CIVIC Si 2DR COUPE1010 Take the Time. Report the CrimeInsurance crime isn’t always the work of organized groups or gangs running auto theft or insurance crime rings as a business. It can also involve normally law-abiding citizens who attempt to make a few extra dollars by padding an otherwise legitimate claim. Lock It or Lose It A professional can steal your vehicle in just 30 seconds. A vehicle with an unlocked door or an open window is an easy target. Protect your vehicle from theft. Always roll up your vehicle’s windows, lock the doors and pocket the keys when you park your car. Park in a well-lit area and never leave valuables in plain view Filing an Insurance ClaimSometimes life happens. If you’ve been in a collision or if your home has been burglarized or damaged in some way, you’ll want to get your life back to normal as quickly as possible. Consider these tips when filing an insurance claim to help make the process a little easier Related ServicesPATNETEach year, auto theft and fraud costs Canadians nearly $500 million. In 2010, IBC joined forces with the Saint John Police Force and formed PATNET to combat auto theft. PATNET shares information, professional training and support between the property and casualty insurance industry and law enforcement agencies. Cargo TheftEach year, cargo theft costs the Canadian economy $5 billion. All too often, cargo theft goes unreported. IBC leads a national cargo theft reporting program with the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Useful LinksInsurance CrimeIBC provides investigative services to help contain the premiums of honest Canadian policyholders. Crisis ManagementIf you find yourself in a crisis situation, never admit liability.