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May 2018


21 May 2018

Gone in 23 SECONDS! Moment thieves use hi-tech relay device to steal BMW on owner’s driveway by scanning car key fob through the front door

Thieves steal a car parked on the owner's driveway in just 23 seconds by tricking the vehicle's keyless entry system.  

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18 May 2018

From Nottingham to Nairobi: How stolen cars are left ‘soaking’ in busy car parks for up to a week before being taken through Eastern Europe and even as far as AFRICA

Stealing a car electronically means the thief will have started it without the owner’s key. Once inside, the criminal drives to a busy car park or respectable neighbourhood with on-street parking.

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2 May 2018

Car thefts in Australia in 2017 fell by 7% compared to 2016

AUSTRALIAN CAR THEFTS ARE FALLING, according to the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council (NMVTRC). In the latest figures released by the NMVTRC, vehicle thefts in 2017 fell by 7% compared to 2016 with a total of 52,858 vehicles stolen. And compared to five years ago, vehicle theft is down by 8%.

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April 2018


26 April 2018

Keyless entry set to drive up motor premiums

Thatcham to include keyless entry vulnerability as part of NVSA rating from 2019

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23 April 2018

Africa: Illegal waste trafficking: how to make EUR 1.8 million from 200 000 used tyres

The Spanish Guardia Civil, with the support of Europol and Ameripol, dismantled a criminal group illegally trading used tyres in several countries across Africa, America and Europe.

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