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How to curb car theft in Nigeria

Features & Reports

The Association of Motor Dealers of Nigeria (AMDON) is set to develop an authentic data base for its members and their vehicles under the supervision of the Nigerian Police Force in a bid to curb the menace of car theft in the country, according to latest reports.

 

The technological innovation is geared towards checking car theft and the status of any car to be sure it really belongs to the seller.

It is believed that the initiative would bring an end to frequent cases of stolen vehicles in the country.

A vehicle can be bought to you with original documents and yet, it is a stolen vehicle. But, now, you can know if a car is a stolen car or not, even from the point of purchase.

It is a win-win situation for both the buyers the sellers and the Nigerian Police who are often left with the headache of going in search of missing cars that which has been the order of the day.