Seven million miles missing from Chauffeur fleet

Directors and staff at a prestigious chauffeur company took part in a major “clocking” fraud, a jury at Chester Crown Court has been told. Reporter Chris Hargreaves in court… An investigation launched by trading standards officers found the alleged conspirators had taken off more than seven million miles from the odometers of around a hundred vehicles. Richard Pratt, QC, opening the case for the prosecution, told the jury that...

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