Irreligion and car theft

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Car theft is rampant in France and it has one of the highest rates of vehicle theft in Europe. Approximately 250,000 vehicles a year are stolen in France.[1]

Due to its past, namely the anti-clerical French Revolution and its after effects, France has one of the highest rate of atheism in the world.[2] In 2015, it was estimated that at least 29% of France's population identifies as atheists and 63% identifies as non-religious.[3] See also: French atheism

Car theft is rampant in France and it has one of the highest rates of vehicle theft in Europe. Approximately 250,000 vehicles a year are stolen in France.[4] Property crime in France amounts to half of all crime and it's most prevalent in Paris.[5]

Other irreligious/nonreligous countries/areas with high rates of car theft include: New Zealand, England, Sweden, Australia and Denmark (see also: Secular Europe and British atheism and Irreligion in Australia and Irreligion in New Zealand and Atheism in the Anglosphere).[6]

Least religious states in the United States and high rates of car theft

In the United States, the states of Alaska, Nevada, California, Oregon, Colorado, Washington and Hawaii are among the top 13 least religious states in the United States.[7]

In 2017, in the United States, the states of Alaska, Nevada, California, Oregon, Colorado, Washington and Hawaii were among the 10 states having the highest rates of car theft per capita.[8]

Least religious states in the United States and low rates of car theft

In the United States, the states of Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Wyoming and Idaho are among the top 17 least religious states in the United States.[7]

In 2017, in the United States, the states of Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Wyoming and Idaho were among the 11 states having the lowest rates of car theft per capita.[8]

57 car thiefs were convicted in a 4 day trial in China

See also: China and atheism

China has the world's largest atheist population.[9][10] Communist China practices state atheism.

China has the world's largest atheist population.[11][12] Communist China practices state atheism.

Most atheists are East Asian and East Asia contains about 25 percent of the world’s population (See: Asian atheism). China’s population represents 20 percent of the people on earth.[13]

The Ministry of Public Security has proposed measures to strengthen forensic training in China in a bid to tackle the growing organised crime rate.[14]

In 1994, there was a 4 day trial in which 57 car thiefs were convicted.[15]

China Daily reported in 2018 in article entitled China uses GPS to crack down on rising car theft:

In the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in Northwest China, however, authorities have started an initiative that may begin to resolve this issue, at least on a provincial level. Motorists in the area last month were given until the end of June to have a mandatory GPS tracker installed in their vehicles. The essential element of this solution is that installing a GPS tracker is compulsory. Those who refuse or fail to meet the deadline will not be allowed to refuel at gas stations. Drivers who installed the device will also be required to pay an annual fee of around $13 for the real-time tracking technology, which will allow for the vehicle to be tracked down easily in the event of being stolen.[16]

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