British drivers are ignoring the dangers of the increasing tide of'car-jacking', according to research released by windscreen repairspecialists Autoglass.
Insurers were called upon to put pressure on their policyholders to treatthe crime seriously and take some simple steps to ensure they were notleaving themselves open to the possibility of serious assault.
Government, police and safety bodies had been urging drivers to lockthemselves in their cars to combat one of Britain's fas
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