Lumley Jacobs and Carole Nash in DNA deal


The deal follows a three-month trial and, according to Lumley Jacob's, a non-risk and ancillary income specialist, around 25% of UK motorcyclists will receive forensic coding for their bikes.

The kit, containing a unique forensic code known as DNA+, is designed to give irrefutable evidence of property ownership that is visible under ultra violet light. It also includes Carole Nash warning signage for customers to display in prominent places.

Hugo Jacobs, managing director of Lumley Jacobs, said

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