Police forces make more than £1.6m by scrapping or selling cars seized from uninsured drivers in first six months of 2016



Police forces in England and Wales have generated more than £1.6 million in revenue this year by selling or scrapping cars that were being driven by uninsured motorists, new research has revealed.
Forces confirmed they had confiscated in excess of 22,594 vehicles by mid-June, with 2,866 of these being sold at auction for a total of £1.4m - cash that has gone back into police funds, a Churchill Car Insurance study has said.
Another 6,827 of the cars commandeered from drivers without insurance or a valid licence have also been crushed, raising an additional £279,253 in scrap value for... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Business, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail
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