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Why Gone in Seconds is more important than ever

August 2017

With increasing pressure on young people’s finances, it is vital that we keep up our campaign against uninsured driving.

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The use of motor vehicles in terrorism

August 2017

The recent use of motor vehicles to commit terrorist acts raises difficult questions around the way we fund compensation and support for victims.

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Raising awareness of scam calls

April 2017

In recent months members of the public have alerted us to scam calls they’ve received from companies claiming to be the MIB, or claiming to be working on behalf of MIB.

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Strengthening our partnership with police

March 2017

It is only natural that we want to see even more vehicles seized by the police for no insurance in 2017 and by continuing to work closely with the police we believe we can make this happen.

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Addressing the issue of ‘hit and run’

February 2017

The term ‘hit and run’ is extreme and dramatic but as we can see through cases reported by the media up and down the country, they happen all too often. 

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British motorsports going off track

December 2016

There is no question that the British motorsports industry is very important but the implications of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling in the case of Vnuk reach far beyond the motorsports industry alone.

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MIB featured in BBC's 'Claimed and Shamed' programme

November 2016

If you're thinking about submitting a fraudulent claim to the MIB, you could find yourself ‘claimed and shamed’.

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Driver loses his golden touch

October 2016

In the national news was the seizure of a £100,000 gold plated Maserati seized for no insurance. The 19-year-old learner driver was stopped in Kingston by the Metropolitan Police Service.

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Vnuk - the unintended consequences of a farmyard misfortune

April 2016

The Vnuk ruling has raised fundamental questions of `what is a road` and also `what constitutes a vehicle`. It’s a complex issue that has prompted the European Commission to look again at the original requirements of the Directive.

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The psychology of hit and run

April 2016

Research commissioned from the University of Leicester involved a survey of almost 700 drivers with endorsements for failing to stop after an accident.

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More time for Gone in Seconds

December 2015

Our `Gone in seconds` video tells the story of a young male driver caught driving without insurance who, as a consequence, loses his car, girlfriend and friends.

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