A new ‘crash for cash’ tactic is being employed by criminals to target unsuspecting drivers, say anti-fraud experts at AX.
Criminals are stealing accident replacement hire cars by using stolen identities obtained on the dark web.
A speeding driver has been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving and serious injury at the Old Bailey where telematics data provided vital evidence in support of the police investigation.
One of the UK’s most prolific motor fraudsters has been sentenced to two years in prison at Preston Crown Court.
A conman who took out fake motor insurance policies and posed as a victim of a number of car crashes was caught after a sting operation.
More than a million pounds worth of high-value vehicles have been returned to the UK from Uganda, after being stolen in London in 2015.
A motorist has escaped a fine and points on his licence after Asset Protection Unit was able to prove his innocence by analysing the vehicle’s telematics data.
A speeding driver who lied to the police has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for causing death by dangerous driving.
One tenth of all stolen vehicles are company owned, according to new data from APU.
Evidence provided by a telematics device has resulted in a suspended prison sentence for a motorist who ploughed into a pedestrian walking home.
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