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Motor Vehicles: Locks and Keys

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Motor Vehicles: Locks and Keys

House of Lords Parliamentary Debates (Hansard)
Written Statements and Written Answers
July 7, 2015


Asked by Lord Blencathra on 01 July 2015

To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they plan to discuss with motor vehicle manufacturers the possible re-introduction of metal keys in order to reduce vehicle theft. [HL1028]


Asked by Lord Blencathra on 01 July 2015

To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they plan to take steps to encourage insurers to provide incentives for vehicles that have keys to secure them and disincentives for keyless locking systems or any electronic systems that are more prone to theft. [HL1029]


Lord Bates: The Independent Crime Survey for England and Wales shows that vehicle crime is at its lowest level since 1995. However, in order to ensure that we remain alert to trends in the nature of vehicle crime, and whether new approaches are required, the Home Office has convened a small group that brings together the police and representatives of the motor industry.

The Government is clear that we must become smarter when it comes to crime prevention. That is why we are developing a modern crime prevention strategy to address the key drivers of crime. Our work with the police and motor industry is part of this.



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