MPI urges motorists to use common sense to avoid preventable car theft

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Auto theft in Manitoba may be much lower than it was when Winnipeg was the reigning 'auto theft capital of Canada', but Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) thinks those numbers can be reduced even further.

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