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In the 1980s, states and regions experiencing high rates of auto thefts began to form Anti-Car Theft (ACT) groups.
We recently introduced anti-car theft programs, including use of The Club (a steering wheel locking system) to prevent thefts, and the Combat Auto Theft program to detect thefts.
They said the anti-car theft cell had also been revamped to check the theft of vehicles and their smuggling to NWFPs tribal areas of the.
MOTORISTS everywhere will breathe a sigh of relief at a new anti-car theft initiative.
Charles Hall, the chairman of Florida's Anti-Car Theft Committee, said: "They're targeting youth and show violent behaviour as exciting.
Chairman of Florida's Anti-Car Theft Committee, Charles Hall, said: "They're targeting youth and show violent behaviour is exciting.
In 1992, Congress enacted the Federal Anti-Car Theft Act, directing DOT to require that manufacturers mark an additional 50 percent of their remaining automobile models by December 1994 regardless of the vehicle's theft rate.
After making the turn from 30th Street West onto Avenue J, Carranza said some of the seven other people in the truck threw rocks and an anti-car theft The Club device at the red Suburban following them.