Top tips to keep your pride and joy secure

As we near the end of the Great British summer, NaVCIS Leisure Officer Tim Booth reveals the top tips for keeping caravans and motorhomes safe while in storage:  “The year-to-date level of thefts of caravans is down by almost 30 percent compared to the same period in...

Supporting investigative research

Elaine Hardy PhD is appealing to vehicle owners who have been sold an insurance write-off to complete her survey ‘Bridging the Gap’, which is endorsed by NaVCIS. According to investigative.research.org: “Some sellers try to pass of Category C (S) or...

Important news for NaVCIS Freight

NaVCIS Freight is moving to a membership funding model. NaVCIS Freight is entirely funded by industry. We have been able to provide our services, including our intelligence bulletins and analysis reports to all for free, however this is no longer financially viable....

Welcome to our new website!

I’m pleased to welcome you to the new-look online home of NaVCIS! We hope you’ll agree that our new website is simple to navigate, informative, and current. We plan to use our new blog area to bring you examples of the work that our committed staff and officers carry...

Freight crime in 2020 cost £95.7 million

Freight crime increased in 2020 by around 50% from 2018, at a cost of £95.7 million. Figures published today in our annual report show that NaVCIS received 4,468 notifications in the UK of HGV, freight and cargo related crimes. This is the third year that figures have...