Cash for Crash Update

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Do a search for “Russia dash cam crash” in YouTube — or even better, Yandex.ru, the county’s equivalent of Google — and you’ll find thousands of videos showing massive crashes, close calls and attempts at insurance fraud by both other drivers and pedestrians.

And Russian drivers are accident prone. With 35,972 road deaths in 2007 (the latest stats available from the World Health Organization), Russia averages 25.2 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people.

And it’s turned into an online phenomenon.


The UK are we safe ?


 

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The B10 postcode, for Small Heath, was Birmingham’s worst spot for staged crashes – and the second-worst in Britain, according to the Insurance Fraud Bureau. B11, covering Sparkbrook, Sparkhill and Tyseley, was fourth nationally.

It was followed by B8 – Washwood Heath, Ward End and Saltley – and B9 – Bordesley Green and Bordesley – in joint fifth.

The B25 postcode, for Yardley, was the eighth-worst nationally and B7, for Nechells, was joint-ninth.

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The Snooper DVR-1 Vehicle Drive Recorder. Your ‘Black box’

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North London and Essex

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The public is being warned about a high level of so-called ‘crash for cash’ scams.

Organised criminal gangs across the UK have been deliberately staging accidents to make fraudulent insurance claims.

Ilford has been placed in the top 20 areas in the country where the crime is believed to be most prevalent, according to the Insurance Fraud Bureau.

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