Car Vandalism At Epidemic Levels Explains Graham Hill

Saturday, 8. February 2014

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Last year Direct Line carried out a survey into car vandalism and found it to be at epidemic levels. They found that most people (64%) that had their car vandalised knew the person who vandalised their car. They questioned offenders as well as victims and found an ex boyfriend or girlfriend to be the top target.

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This was followed by a current or ex boss and even the ex’s new partner! Next door neighbours or people living in the same road were also offenders. So much for the assumption that all vandalism was caused by testosterone charged young males high on Special Brew and crack cocaine! So what was the type of damage caused I hear you ask?

In top place is keyed or scratched paint, followed by damage to door mirrors then smashed windows. In fourth place is radio aerials snapped off then snapped windscreen wipers. Tyre slashing is in 6th place, stolen badge next and in 8th place smashed lights, in 9th dents from Car Surfing (whatever that is) with graffiti or paint on car at 10th. So there you have it, if you are going to fall out with any of the above make sure you lock your car away! By Graham Hill

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