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The methods of vehicle theft are changing as vehicle security improves. Theft of new vehicles is in decline, whereas theft from vehicles is on the increase. Thieves are targeting older vehicles, devising ways of obtaining keys and creating opportunities to drive away unlocked vehicles.
Over the years vehicle manufacturers in conjunction with Insurance companies have worked very hard to develop more effective alarms and immobilisers to stay one step ahead of the opportunistic and professional car thief. However, car thieves are fighting back and finding new ways to steal cars.
Drivers should be alerted to the increased number of thefts from private houses, where the prime object is to steal vehicle keys and subsequently the vehicle, parked on the driveway, in the road or even in the road or from the garage.
Vehicle keys should be kept in a secure position at all times and not left within easy reach. Never leave the keys in an obvious place, be vigilant at all times and remain key aware by following these simple steps:-
Always take and keep your keys with you even when:-
Never leave vehicles unattended when:-
Always keep keys safe when not using the vehicle:
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