A BODY for the car insurance industry has said that as many as 5 uninsured vehicles are seized every day, with Vauxhall Astras the cars removed from the road most frequently. The statistics come as a new online video warning of the consequences of driving without insurance was launched by the Motor Insurers' Bureau, which compensates victims involved in accidents with drivers who have no insurance.
500 uninsured cars seized daily
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