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Guidance on how to avoid golf buggy thefts

At a glance

  • There have been numerous instances over the last 12 months where golf buggies and/or their batteries have been stolen primarily from golf clubs
  • In several instances, the golf buggies were stolen whilst being used on the course. There have also been instances where large quantities of batteries have been taken directly from golf buggies often causing extensive damage to them
  • Our latest risk insight provides guidance on how to avoid golf buggy thefts

Recently, there has been a significant rise in the number of thefts of golf buggies and/or their batteries from golf clubs across the UK.

In several instances, the golf buggies were stolen whilst the hirer was taking their shot on the course and also numerous instances where large quantities of batteries have been taken directly from golf buggies often causing extensive damage to them.

Our latest Risk Insight provides guidance on how to avoid thefts.

For more information, please speak with your local Zurich contact.

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