Vandals cause £45,000 of damage to 30 new cars in Eastleigh

Daily Echo: Vandals cause £45,000 of damage to 30 new cars Vandals cause £45,000 of damage to 30 new cars

VANDALS caused £45,000 worth of damage to dozens of new cars parked up in Hampshire.

Now police officers are appealing for members of the public to come forward in the hope they can help them piece together what happened.

It happened just after midnight on Saturday at the Budget/Avis car hire site on Southampton Road in Eastleigh.

Thirty cars were keyed and had their tyres slashed. Around £45,000 of damage was caused to vehicles including BMWs, Peugeots, and Vauxhalls.

Detectives are especially keen to speak to two men that were seen in the area at the time.

The first man is described as white, around 21-years-old, wearing a white t-shirt with a logo on the front and blue jeans. He was slim and around 5ft 10ins tall with short light coloured hair and was carrying a carrier bag.

The second man is also described as white, around 20-years-old, wearing a navy t-shirt, dark jeans and a rucksack. He was slim and around 6ft tall and he had brown short untidy hair.

Anyone who may have more information is asked to contact PC Ella Knight at Eastleigh Police station on 101 quoting 44140247823 or via Hampshire Constabulary website.

Witnesses can also call the charity Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.

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11:25am Tue 15 Jul 14

Big Mac says...

With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all. Big Mac
  • Score: 18

11:36am Tue 15 Jul 14

steekeemcglue says...

Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
[quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance. steekeemcglue
  • Score: 3

12:09pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Paramjit Bahia says...

When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business?

Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper.

Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats.

The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff.

And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.
When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business? Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper. Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats. The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff. And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets. Paramjit Bahia
  • Score: -3

12:17pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Hastagger says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business?

Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper.

Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats.

The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff.

And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.
#yawn
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business? Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper. Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats. The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff. And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.[/p][/quote]#yawn Hastagger
  • Score: 1

12:38pm Tue 15 Jul 14

rudolph_hucker says...

CCTV is no good unless someone is watching it all the time and respond quickly. Stills alone are no good if the suspect wears a hoodie or cap.
What they really need is a night watchman and guard dog. No one will mess about then.
CCTV is no good unless someone is watching it all the time and respond quickly. Stills alone are no good if the suspect wears a hoodie or cap. What they really need is a night watchman and guard dog. No one will mess about then. rudolph_hucker
  • Score: 12

1:38pm Tue 15 Jul 14

shirley-bill says...

steekeemcglue wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.
[quote][p][bold]steekeemcglue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.[/p][/quote]Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes. shirley-bill
  • Score: 0

2:27pm Tue 15 Jul 14

S!monOn says...

shirley-bill wrote:
steekeemcglue wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.
The business will have commercial combined insurance to protect it's assets.
[quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steekeemcglue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.[/p][/quote]Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.[/p][/quote]The business will have commercial combined insurance to protect it's assets. S!monOn
  • Score: 5

2:39pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Hastagger says...

shirley-bill wrote:
steekeemcglue wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.
Wow - you state this like it is actually a fact. I think you are probably talking about 'car insurance', as the earlier poster pointed out, they would have business insurance, which will cover them. o business, especially a national one, would take the risk of not having cover.

#lemming
#ned
#leadwithyournose
#speakbeforeyouthink
[quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steekeemcglue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.[/p][/quote]Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.[/p][/quote]Wow - you state this like it is actually a fact. I think you are probably talking about 'car insurance', as the earlier poster pointed out, they would have business insurance, which will cover them. o business, especially a national one, would take the risk of not having cover. #lemming #ned #leadwithyournose #speakbeforeyouthink Hastagger
  • Score: -6

3:22pm Tue 15 Jul 14

sotonwinch09 says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business?

Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper.

Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats.

The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff.

And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.
So you expect police to sit outside every car and car hire firm in Hampshire? Come on, think realistically.
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business? Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper. Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats. The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff. And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.[/p][/quote]So you expect police to sit outside every car and car hire firm in Hampshire? Come on, think realistically. sotonwinch09
  • Score: 10

4:58pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Bentley280 says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business?

Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper.

Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats.

The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff.

And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.
About time you stood to be the Prime Minister. The police are single crewed not allowed to strike but will certainly not be voting for this government. So lets see what happens the last government lied to them and this government certainly did. Where to go next???
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business? Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper. Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats. The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff. And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.[/p][/quote]About time you stood to be the Prime Minister. The police are single crewed not allowed to strike but will certainly not be voting for this government. So lets see what happens the last government lied to them and this government certainly did. Where to go next??? Bentley280
  • Score: 5

5:13pm Tue 15 Jul 14

wknight says...

It was Saturday night so the Police will be dealing with all the drunks in town.

I had an attempted break-in while I was in the house on a Saturday night. Called the Police and told no one was free to come. Scary when you live on your own.

They could have caught the person if they weren't in town because he went on a spree in our street causing lots of damage as he tried to break into each property
It was Saturday night so the Police will be dealing with all the drunks in town. I had an attempted break-in while I was in the house on a Saturday night. Called the Police and told no one was free to come. Scary when you live on your own. They could have caught the person if they weren't in town because he went on a spree in our street causing lots of damage as he tried to break into each property wknight
  • Score: 11

6:01pm Tue 15 Jul 14

rudolph_hucker says...

wknight wrote:
It was Saturday night so the Police will be dealing with all the drunks in town.

I had an attempted break-in while I was in the house on a Saturday night. Called the Police and told no one was free to come. Scary when you live on your own.

They could have caught the person if they weren't in town because he went on a spree in our street causing lots of damage as he tried to break into each property
Next time say that you have stabbed him and THEN call the cops.
They will come quickly.
[quote][p][bold]wknight[/bold] wrote: It was Saturday night so the Police will be dealing with all the drunks in town. I had an attempted break-in while I was in the house on a Saturday night. Called the Police and told no one was free to come. Scary when you live on your own. They could have caught the person if they weren't in town because he went on a spree in our street causing lots of damage as he tried to break into each property[/p][/quote]Next time say that you have stabbed him and THEN call the cops. They will come quickly. rudolph_hucker
  • Score: -2

6:31pm Tue 15 Jul 14

sotonwinch09 says...

rudolph_hucker wrote:
wknight wrote:
It was Saturday night so the Police will be dealing with all the drunks in town.

I had an attempted break-in while I was in the house on a Saturday night. Called the Police and told no one was free to come. Scary when you live on your own.

They could have caught the person if they weren't in town because he went on a spree in our street causing lots of damage as he tried to break into each property
Next time say that you have stabbed him and THEN call the cops.
They will come quickly.
What a stupid comment. Of course they would respond quicker. Murder is a lot more serious than a break in!
[quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wknight[/bold] wrote: It was Saturday night so the Police will be dealing with all the drunks in town. I had an attempted break-in while I was in the house on a Saturday night. Called the Police and told no one was free to come. Scary when you live on your own. They could have caught the person if they weren't in town because he went on a spree in our street causing lots of damage as he tried to break into each property[/p][/quote]Next time say that you have stabbed him and THEN call the cops. They will come quickly.[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Of course they would respond quicker. Murder is a lot more serious than a break in! sotonwinch09
  • Score: 4

6:33pm Tue 15 Jul 14

shirley-bill says...

Hastagger wrote:
shirley-bill wrote:
steekeemcglue wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.
Wow - you state this like it is actually a fact. I think you are probably talking about 'car insurance', as the earlier poster pointed out, they would have business insurance, which will cover them. o business, especially a national one, would take the risk of not having cover.

#lemming
#ned
#leadwithyournose
#speakbeforeyouthink
Worked for AVIS for 9 years so I know that the cars are only insured when on a public rd. Avis have no car cover when at the branch and are self insured.
This is the same for all car rental company's.
[quote][p][bold]Hastagger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steekeemcglue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.[/p][/quote]Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.[/p][/quote]Wow - you state this like it is actually a fact. I think you are probably talking about 'car insurance', as the earlier poster pointed out, they would have business insurance, which will cover them. o business, especially a national one, would take the risk of not having cover. #lemming #ned #leadwithyournose #speakbeforeyouthink[/p][/quote]Worked for AVIS for 9 years so I know that the cars are only insured when on a public rd. Avis have no car cover when at the branch and are self insured. This is the same for all car rental company's. shirley-bill
  • Score: 4

7:51pm Tue 15 Jul 14

kev63 says...

Hastagger wrote:
shirley-bill wrote:
steekeemcglue wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.
Wow - you state this like it is actually a fact. I think you are probably talking about 'car insurance', as the earlier poster pointed out, they would have business insurance, which will cover them. o business, especially a national one, would take the risk of not having cover.

#lemming
#ned
#leadwithyournose
#speakbeforeyouthink
#pi55offbacktotwitte
ryoumoronicindividua
l
[quote][p][bold]Hastagger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steekeemcglue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.[/p][/quote]Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.[/p][/quote]Wow - you state this like it is actually a fact. I think you are probably talking about 'car insurance', as the earlier poster pointed out, they would have business insurance, which will cover them. o business, especially a national one, would take the risk of not having cover. #lemming #ned #leadwithyournose #speakbeforeyouthink[/p][/quote]#pi55offbacktotwitte ryoumoronicindividua l kev63
  • Score: 3

1:08am Wed 16 Jul 14

huckit P says...

Many of the comments seem to place blame on the company that had their property damaged, when ALL of the blame must be attributed to the mindless morons that did the damage in the first place. Why are people so afraid to place blame directly where it should be placed, instead of fannying around and apportioning blame to innocent people? Is society to blame? Society is US. If society is to blame then we are all to blame. We are to blame for going soft on stupid thugs when they needed a harsh lesson. Until the punishment fits the crime the situation will not improve. Until there are deterrents for mindless vandalism it will continue unabated.
Much talk of insurance paying for repairs. Whether it does or doesn't, someone has to pay. And that cost has to be passed on to customers of the companies involved, like it or not., and that will lead to higher costs all round.
Many of the comments seem to place blame on the company that had their property damaged, when ALL of the blame must be attributed to the mindless morons that did the damage in the first place. Why are people so afraid to place blame directly where it should be placed, instead of fannying around and apportioning blame to innocent people? Is society to blame? Society is US. If society is to blame then we are all to blame. We are to blame for going soft on stupid thugs when they needed a harsh lesson. Until the punishment fits the crime the situation will not improve. Until there are deterrents for mindless vandalism it will continue unabated. Much talk of insurance paying for repairs. Whether it does or doesn't, someone has to pay. And that cost has to be passed on to customers of the companies involved, like it or not., and that will lead to higher costs all round. huckit P
  • Score: 8

4:59pm Wed 16 Jul 14

beekay says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business?

Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper.

Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats.

The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff.

And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.
Eastleigh Police Station is still open
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: When closing the Police Stations, The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner tend to argue that these are not required because these days police officers are spending more time out policing the streets. If that is the fact then where were they when this kind of damage was done to the cars of this business? Sadly this not the only incident, because even more serious crimes get committed, which are frequently reported by the local paper. Rather than keep on asset striping to have money to keep some front line officers, The Chief Constable and the PCC should admit that due to so called austerity measures of the Con-Dem Coalition they just have been forced to decrease number of front line officers and do not have enough Bobbies on the beats. The Chief Constable should not be compromising with the PCC on the issue of sufficient funds required for employing enough properly equipped frontline staff. And the PCC should have the guts to stand up to the central government to secure sufficient financial help. When they make lame excuses of economic crisis PCC should be telling them to stop wasting billions on the EU and upon behaving like USA as world's policemen or women but start spending money on properly policing our own streets.[/p][/quote]Eastleigh Police Station is still open beekay
  • Score: 0

11:23am Mon 21 Jul 14

From the sidelines says...

S!monOn wrote:
shirley-bill wrote:
steekeemcglue wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.
no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.
Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.
The business will have commercial combined insurance to protect it's assets.
Not necessarily. They may choose to 'self-insure'.
[quote][p][bold]S!monOn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steekeemcglue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: With all that value of stock just stting there, maybe an investment in some decent cctv would have been an idea. Small outlay compared to the repair bill that we know the insurers will just add to the collective premiums of us all.[/p][/quote]no they won't because this will be covered under an umbrella bespoke business insurance.[/p][/quote]Hire cars on site are not insured.They are only insured when on a public road. The branch with cover the cost of re-pairs from any profit it makes.[/p][/quote]The business will have commercial combined insurance to protect it's assets.[/p][/quote]Not necessarily. They may choose to 'self-insure'. From the sidelines
  • Score: 0
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