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Avoiding Car Theft
Avoiding Car Theft
Theft of and from cars is a threat that motorists have to live with every day. So what can we do to minimise our chances of becoming a victim of car thieves?...
Car Cloning: Are You at Risk?
Car Cloning: Are You at Risk?
Car cloning is the vehicle equivalent of identity theft, and with an estimated 10,000 cloned cars on the roads, the problem is getting worse....
Car Crime Initiatives
Car Crime Initiatives
Car crime is still a serious problem in the UK. But there are various initiatives that help protect valuables and prevent theft....
Carjacking
Carjacking
A look at the reality of carjacking in Britain today, and a review of the measures you can take to protect yourself against it....
Christmas Car Crime
Christmas Car Crime
Most of us are fond of Christmas. But one group of people who look forward to it just as much are the car criminals for whom the party comes early every year as they…...
Illegal Street Racing
Illegal Street Racing
Street racing is illegal on most public roads in the UK, but this does not stop members of the illegal street racing community from organising and taking part in…...
Leaving Your Vehicle Unattended
Leaving Your Vehicle Unattended
How do you discourage thieves from stealing your parked car? Here is some advice on how to keep your car safe from thieves while you park....
Personal Assault For Keys
Personal Assault For Keys
As car alarms and immobilisers become increasingly more sophisticated, more and more cars are now stolen by thieves who target the keys rather than breaking into the car....
Rod and Hook Car Theft
Rod and Hook Car Theft
How car criminals are resorting to the rod and hook method to steal your car by fishing the keys out from your letterbox or open window. How simple common sense can…...
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