Car theft: Berlin risky, sure of Passau

Munich, 25 August 2016

Every day about 100 cars were stolen in Germany by 2015, a total 36.476 vehicles have been a theft victim. The finance portal has now analysed in which cities you most certainly parked his car and in which better not allowing it out of sight.

Berlin as a tail light

Leader of statistics and therefore sad light in the security ranking is the capital city of Berlin. There, 528 pieces were stolen by 2015 vehicles registered per 100,000. In plain language this means: Berlin is a whopping 497 percent above the German average of 88.3 cases. Second place, Frankfurt am der Oder finds himself. There, based on 100,000 motor vehicles were registered 2015 420 cases of car theft. The sad three completed Potsdam with 330 reported thefts per 100,000 cars. In summary, it can be said that you better not too long should leave her car in East Germany.

Bavaria with top marks

The top-three of the safest cities begins with Memmingen in Bavaria. Four out of five cities on the top spots in Bavaria have to find one in Baden-Württemberg. Memmingen is 78 per cent below the average with 19 cases per 100,000 registered vehicles. Kempten im Allgäu is located on place two. There only 16 were stolen per 100,000 vehicles 82 percent less than it does on average. The safest city in Germany, at least from the perspective of the car-Parker is Passau. by 2015, only 15 cases on 100,000 cars could be registered 84 percent less than in the middle. Along with Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate also among the finds top-three of the safest provinces. (mf)