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Warning over Flash for Cash

Posted on: 21 August 2013

Motorists are being warned about a new insurance scam where criminals flash their lights to let other drivers out of a junction, then crash into them on purpose. Anti-fraud experts are calling it "flash-for-cash".

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Motor Trade Newsletter - July 2013

Posted on: 18 July 2013

Our motor trade newsletter is designed to provide you with information on the current issues affecting the motor trade market, as well as what's happening in the Allianz motor trade world.

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'Cash for Cash' report issues stark warning to motorists - Jan 2013

Posted on: 25 January 2013

Fraudsters make money from the crashes by submitting exaggerated claims including personal injury and loss of earnings, car hire and damage repair, even claims for bogus passengers. The financial consequence is that every honest policyholder picks up the collective bill for the fraud through increased premiums.

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Clamping down on the abuse of open policies in insurance - Jan 2013

Posted on: 25 January 2013

The Police tell us that there is a proven link between driving without insurance and crime, and recognise that dealing with uninsured vehicles can have a positive impact on disrupting criminality. With uninsured drivers being more likely to be involved in collisions, MIB’s work with the police to clamp down on this type of lawbreaker is not only an effective way of making our roads safer but also in catching criminals.

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CIE Warning Letters - Sep 2012

Posted on: 15 November 2012

The Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) law to tackle uninsured motoring reached its one year anniversary in June and on 21 August 2012 saw the 500,000th Insurance Advisory Letter (IAL) sent out. 

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Millionth Uninsured Vehicle - Aug 2012

Posted on: 15 November 2012

On 21 August 2012 a driver in Bordesley Green, Birmingham became the millionth motorist in the UK to have his vehicle seized. A number of other motorists were also ordered to stop as police conducted an operation to disrupt criminal activity in the area.

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DVLA Announcement - Oct 2012

Posted on: 15 November 2012

Motorists will benefit from no longer having to provide a motor insurance certificate when buying a tax disc under plans unveiled today by Roads Minister Stephen Hammond

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