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The average annual loss per vehicle for a comprehensive insurance claim, which covers noncollision damage, in selected cities, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute. The vehicles were up to three years old. Figures are for 1983-85, 1989-91 and 1995-97. Cities are listed by highest losses, in the third column.

Top 10 Metropolitan 1983- 1989- 1995-
areas in dollar loss 1885 1991 1997
Grand Forks, N.D. area 47 56 315
Miami 104 115 286
Iowa City, Iowa 27 47 250
Rapid City, S.D. 79 235 197
Las Cruces, N.M. 31 126 169
New York-Newark, N.J. area 109 159 168
El Paso, Texas 72 287 165
Greeley, Colo. 72 114 144
Kankakee, Ill. 46 82 142
Yuma, Ariz. 40 67 142

SELECTED OTHER CITIES:
Lubbock, Texas 94 85 140
Detroit 149 108 133
New Orleans 70 89 132
Denver 84 251 127
Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas 63 108 104
Phoenix-Mesa, Ariz. 39 79 103
Jackson, Miss. 48 202 102
Philadelphia area 52 70 98
San Diego 45 87 97
Tucson, Ariz. 167 76 97
Raleigh-Durham-Chapel, N.C.area 28 56 96
Fresno, Calif. 41 100 94
Los Angeles-Long Beach area 88 90 89
Albuquerque, N.M. 36 77 82
Bridgeport, Conn. 53 94 82
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, Wash. 41 58 82
Sacramento, Calif. 50 80 81
San Francisco 54 80 77
Portland-Vancouver, Ore.-Wash. 42 53 74
Baltimore 38 67 73
Honolulu 28 54 68
Chicago 89 75 66
Atlanta 43 59 65
Anchorage, Ala. 32 61 64
Houston 139 135 56

(Copyright 1998 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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