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  • Stolen £100,000 Porsche recovered amid rise in car theft

    A luxury sports car worth £100,000 has been recovered using a covert device after being stolen from a repair centre in Birmingham, amid increasing car thefts across the UK.

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    Posted: 14/11/2017

  • Accident Exchange targets growth under new ownership

    Accident Exchange Limited (“AEL”), the leading provider of accident management and mobility solutions, has closed a deal with its principal funder as it targets growth and expansion.

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    Posted: 18/9/2017

  • Autofocus Seven found guilty in ‘industrial scale’ fraud case

    Judgement over seven former employees of Autofocus finds them guilty of perjury after giving false hire rate evidence in court.

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    Posted: 8/6/2017

  • Marshall Motor Group partnership

    Accident Exchange will continue to support the customer service of one of the UK’s largest dealer groups, after Marshall Motor Group renewed its accident management programme.

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    Posted: 8/6/2017

  • Accident Exchange nominated for two prestigious awards.

    Accident Exchange are delighted to be nominated for two prestigious awards as the insurance industry awards season kicks off.

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    Posted: 9/5/2017

  • Private prosecution saves insurer £30k and jails conman after crashing fake Ferrari

    In a landmark private prosecution led by Asset Protection Unit (APU), a motor fraudster was sentenced to 18 months in prison at Snaresbrook Crown Court yesterday.

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    Posted: 31/3/2017

  • HR Owen signs contract extension with Accident Exchange

    Prestige motor retailer HR Owen signs Accident Exchange as its accident management provider

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    Posted: 23/3/2017

  • Winter Prangs costing more than 150m

    Winter prangs are costing motorists £150 million more compared to during the summer, with approximately 70,000 more accidents occurring according to statistics.

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    Posted: 7/2/2017

  • Modern cars are too big for Britain’s ageing parking spaces

    Britain’s car parking spaces are too small to cope with consumers’ love affair with big family SUVs, leading to nearly £1.4bn* of car park prangs every year according to data released by accident aftercare specialist, Accident Exchange.

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    Posted: 21/11/2016

  • £402 million repair bill for brand new cars

    10 per cent of accidents involved new 15 and 65-plate cars; 32 per cent of new car accidents happen within two month of ownership

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    Posted: 13/7/2016

  • Repair values climb 51% in Northern Ireland

    Higher repair bills offer revenue opportunity for dealerships and bodyshops

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    Posted: 7/3/2016

  • Accident Exchange grows dealership loan car availability by a fifth

    Drift Bridge Group renews third two-year accident management contract

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    Posted: 7/3/2016

  • Over one in 10 collisions results in a write-off, Accident Exchange

    Statistics reveal 257,000 write-offs annually; valued almost £2billion

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    Posted: 25/2/2016