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recovery rates. After all, you cannot make a successful decision on which asset-recovery strategy to take unless you have all the best information. So is leaving the location of your assets to


chance something that you can accept? The use of automatic number-plate


recognition – known as ANPR within the trade – and proactively locating the vehicle post-termination is possible. So is it now time to search for different ways to approach the same problem? Our clients have already done so, and are seeing the benefits.


Conclusion Ultimately, the whole Brexit show will play out as it will. Short of another referendum, we cannot control our exit and political future, but can control our own processes and how we look to proceed. So we should take the chance to bring our


own houses into order, so as to be ready for any eventuality. CCR2


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