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March 2011


31 March 2011

Thailand: Thailand introduce Thatcham insurance processes

Thatcham, the British motor insurers’ Research Centre announces today the signing of a two year contract with the Thailand General Insurance Association for the delivery of vehicle premium risk rating and alternative parts accreditation to the Thai market. The Thailand General Insurance Association is the Thai equivalent of the Association of…

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31 March 2011

Germany: Police uncover cross-border odometer fraud network

According to media reports, German police carried out a major operation against an organized cross-border network of odometer fraudsters on Tuesday, 15 March 2011. Coordinated by the Munich police and focusing on the Bavarian capital, the surprise raids and arrests also involved law enforcement officials in Austria, Switzerland and Bulgaria. More than…

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31 March 2011

Philippines: Stiffer penalties for car theft sought

MANILA, Philippines—More lawmakers are calling for stiffer penalties, including death, for car thieves in response to the recent spate of violent car theft cases in the country. Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV filed a bill seeking to amend the Anti-Carnapping Law to make car theft a non-bailable offense on certain conditions, and to increase the penalties.…

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23 March 2011

UK: Close Legal Loophole for Car Theft Criminal, urges Tracker

New report confirms jamming devices should be outlawed Stolen vehicle recovery expert, TRACKER, is welcoming a new report which exposes a loophole in law which could be aiding car thieves.  The report from the Royal Academy of Engineering highlights that the UK is dangerously dependent on GPS satellite navigation systems, which are vulnerable to…

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16 March 2011

UK: New Study Reveals That Global Satellite System Could Fail In 2010

News that the Global Satellite System (GPS), overseen by the US Air Force, could fail by 2010 is worrying news and whilst TRACKER believes it is highly unlikely that it will happen, it is ready should the system fail. Bill Raynal, Managing Director of TRACKER, comments, “Keeping one step ahead is key to the ongoing success as the leader in the…

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