You may not be working this Labor Day weekend, but auto thieves are putting special vigor in how they go about plying their trade while the rest of us have our feet up, experts war.
Labor Day is among the top five holidays of the year for stolen vehicles, according to data from the National Insurance Crime Bureau as reported by Inilex, which makes GPS-based stolen-car recovery systems. In 2011, for instance, 1,977 cars were reported stolen on Labor Day. That's one every 43 seconds.
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