Car Break-in Prevention
Government and State Resources
- Consumer Action Network
Click on ‘Consumer Topics’ then ‘Automobiles’. The Consumer Action Network is a component of the Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC). The FCIC is a source for questions and answers about consumer problems and government services.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
A list of prevention measures you can take. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), under the U.S. Department of Transportation, sets and enforces safety performance standards for motor vehicles and investigates safety defects. NHTSA also conducts research on driver behavior and traffic safety.
- Auto Theft Prevention Authority
Click on a tip to learn more about auto theft prevention. The Pennsylvania Auto Theft Prevention Authority establishes, coordinates, and funds activities in (Pennsylvania) to prevent, combat, and reduce automobile theft.
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- Insurance Consumer Advocate Network
Formed in 1994, the Insurance Consumer Advocate Network (I-CAN) has smart, additional questions to ask insurance agents about post-accident issues. Good questions under the FAQ section. Take a look, add to your list of questions.
- Insurance Information Institute
Visit this site to learn more about auto insurance, filing a claim, and safety tips. The mission of the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) is to improve public understanding of insurance -- what it does and how it works. The I.I.I. is a nonprofit, communications organization supported by the property/casualty insurance industry.
- National Association of Insurance Commissioners
Read consumer publications, alerts, company and general insurance information. Click here for a link to insurance departments by state. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is the organization of insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and the four U.S. territories.
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