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Car crime costs £100 per driver in increased insurance premiums

COMPANIES are having to foot the bill as a result of the current levels of car crime pushing up insurance premiums. It is estimated every driver's insurance premium is £100 higher than it needs to be as a result of car crime.

When this is translated to companies, the Association of British Insurers said the costs can run into thousands. Last year saw 500,000 vehicles stolen in the UK.

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