A growing number of cars are now being made with keyless entry systems, allowing you to enter your vehicle without needing to have your key in your hand. With the introduction of these features increasing convenience for consumers, there is also an increase in risk that these technologies can be hijacked to gain entry and ultimately start a car.
As with all things Brexit, there is a level of uncertainty in the motor insurance industry. With the UK’s exit from the EU on 29th March looming, the motor insurance industry is waiting with bated breath as to how UK and EU legislation surrounding motor insurance will change if there is no deal.
Over the past year or so there has been a shift and change in the cases we have been involved in and an increase in the number of claimants with no associations shown to residency records, in multiple and rented occupancy or linked to multiple address moves over a short electoral period.
The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) has entered the second phase of the large scale crash for cash scam.