Who still leaves their keys in their car when they walk away? Well, as it turns out, a lot of people in Las Vegas.
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, more than 126,000 cars were stolen with the keys left in them in the U.S. between 2012 and 2014. The data released last month showed a rise in stolen vehicle cases were the keys were left in easy reach of a criminal, according to the release last month.
The top five states for this crime were as follows: California (19,597 thefts), Texas (8,796), Florida (7,868), Michigan (7,726), and Ohio (7,452). And the major areas were Las Vegas, followed by Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York City-Newark, NJ.
And now, Debt.com has created this map below to show you which parts of the country are most affected by this practice. Take a look at the interactive graphic to see where your state lands.
Here’s a tip: take your keys with you, even if you’re, “just running somewhere for a second.”