NISSAN MAXIMA

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In 2017, about 6,586 cases of stolen Nissan Maximas were recorded. The National Insurance Crime Bureau and the Michigan Automobile Theft Prevention Authority have considered four levels of protection as strategies for automobile owners to avoid being a casualty of auto robbery.
1. Common Sense: Ensure your car is locked and the keys are in your possession. Most of the theft cases happen because car owners leave their automobiles unlocked and unsecured and this makes it easier for hoodlums to steal their vehicles.
2. Warning Device: Make use of a loud and visible warning device on your vehicle to make sure your care stay in the same spot it is parked.
3. Immobilizing Device: For instance, smart keys, fuel cut-offs, kill switches are valuable theft prevention measures.
4. Tracking Device: When a tracking device is installed on your car, it provides a signal to the police authorities or the licensed organization that will communicate with the police to ensure the recovery of your automobile in case it is burgled.

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