It seems cat thefts are on the rise, and it’s not just vans and commercial vehicles under attack. Thieves are targeting more and more modern cars. In the 6 months from January to June 2019 alone there were 2,894 catalytic converter thefts in London reported to the police. That’s almost double the number reported in
The range was awarded the Secured By Design seal of approval following rigorous testing, and also boasts Sold Secure certification. Industry expert Armorgard has upped its game with the new and improved TuffBank range. The TB2 and TB3 site boxes and TBC4 and TBC5 site chests are now the only storage solutions of their kind
He used his Milwaukee OneKey app to locate his stolen gear. We all hope it never happens to us, but with tool theft rife up and down the country it’s just a matter of time for some people. Apprentice electrician Darryl Pyart was one of the unlucky ones when his Berlingo was broken into and
Rhino Products launched two brand new products at The Commercial Vehicle Show 2019, as well as announcing the renaming of a well-known classic. Aluminium Ladder™ First up is the all new Aluminium Ladder™. This ladder is made from anodised aluminium side frames, giving it fantastic weight savings of over 50% when compared with Rhino’s existing
The 2017 General Election results are in, with Theresa May back in power… for now, we look at what this could mean for the auto industry as a coalition government looms. Theresa May’s plans to deliver a bigger Conservative majority in the House of Commons as the UK heads towards Brexit negotiations backfired as her
A four-day weekend for most of us… perfect! A little planning ahead may be required, however. Unfortunately, it seems we all have the same idea; let’s visit family or let’s get away for the weekend. As we flee to the motorways it is estimated that 20 million cars will be on the UK’s roads over
Who knew there was such a thing!? Today, Monday 16th January 2017 is National Pot Hole Day sponsored by Halfords Autocentre. The UK’s road infrastructure is still suffering serious neglect. With the backlog for repairs increasing and maintenance budgets being slashed, they have listened to us; the road user and the general consensus is that
We are probably all guilty of glancing at our phones now and then whilst driving. If you are caught using your phone behind the wheel in England, Scotland or Wales, you will be given 3 points on your licence and a £100 fine. This is set to double come 2017 as the government is cracking
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