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Car makers urged to increase security measures

TOUGH new guidelines have been issued to car makers by the Government in a new bid to crack down on car crime.The Home Office this week issued new guidelines encouraging car manufacturers to cover all aspects of vehicle security and allow 'attack testing' to see how long it takes to break into vehicles.

New guidelines include:

The new guidelines - 'New Vehicle Security Assessment' - have been published at the same time as the Government launches a new £2 million three-month television advertising campaign targeting car crime, backed by 24 private sector partners.

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