Kia and Pennsylvania State Police join forces to tackle rising auto thefts

In an effort to combat the surge in Kia vehicle thefts, the Pennsylvania State Police Auto Theft Unit has partnered with Kia USA to distribute a steering wheel clubs. This initiative aims to protect Kia owners with traditional steel keys, whose vehicles have been particularly targeted in the ongoing auto theft pandemic.

With reports of Kia thefts on the rise, this joint venture is a proactive measure to enhance vehicle security. Kia owners who meet the criteria of using a traditional steel key to start their ignition are eligible for a free steering wheel club, courtesy of Kia.

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The distribution event will take place at the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in Reading, located at 600 Kenhorst Boulevard, Reading, PA 19611. Vehicle owners can visit the barracks on Saturday, September 30, 2023, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to receive their complimentary steering wheel club.

It’s important to note that this offer is exclusively for Kia vehicles equipped with traditional steel keys, as key fob and push-button systems are not applicable for this program.

The collaboration between Kia and the Pennsylvania State Police Auto Theft Unit demonstrates a commitment to ensuring the safety and security of Kia owners in the face of rising auto thefts. By providing steering wheel clubs, they aim to deter theft attempts and protect Kia vehicles across the state.

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Kia and the Pennsylvania State Police encourage all eligible Kia owners to take advantage of this opportunity and safeguard their vehicles against theft.

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