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ABI backs car plans.

The Association of British Insurers has welcomed the government's
proposal to introduce a compulsory scheme for the fitting of vehicle
immobilisers.


The controversial initiative has been designed to reduce car crime by 30%
over the next five years. Tony Baker, ABI's deputy director general, said:
"The ABI will be playing a full and active role in consultations to ensure
these proposals bring about firm measures to crack the car crime problem."

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