August 19, 2013

Flash for Cash Racket

Motorists are being advised not to take the apparent kindness of other drivers for granted in a new on the “crash for cash” insurance racket.

The Highway Code states that headlights should only be flashed “to let other road users know that you are there”; many drivers use it as a way of inviting other road users to pull out.

In the “flash for cash racket, a driver in an approaching car flashes their lights, but then intentionally drives into the other vehicle.

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