Now thieves can get tutorials on how to steal your car on TikTok. How convenient. https://www.yahoo.com/autos/hyundai-kia-models-higher-risk-144900962.html Law enforcement officials are asking owners of some Hyundai and Kia models to take extra precautions when parking due to a rise in thefts attributed to a recent trend on social media. It's possible to steal certain cars using little more than a USB charging cable. As reported last year, the trend began in Milwaukee in 2021 when a group of thieves realized it's stunningly easy to steal some late-model Hyundai and Kia cars that are not equipped with a push-button ignition. The thieves break into the car, remove the trim under the steering column to access the ignition, and use pliers or a USB charging cord to start the engine. Tutorials posted on social media sites such as TikTok made the trend a national phenomenon.