We took to the streets of Great Britain to ask real tradespeople for their views on what’s fast becoming an epidemic. Watch the video for the lowdown on a low act.
Our questions included:
Do you agree with the tradespeople interviewed in the video? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
This video just goes to show the importance of protecting your tools – whether that’s keeping a watchful eye on them when you’re on site or locking them out of reach of thieving hands once you’ve clocked off.
Tools insurance can protect you from potentially livelihood wrecking events like the ones mentioned in the video above.
If the worst happens and you need to claim, there are things you can do to help move things along – plus, more importantly, things you can do to help prevent a theft from happening in the first place.
Read all the details in our guide to tool insurance claims or download a copy of our free tool insurance claims guide to keep.
Download your free in-depth guide on how to insure your tools and claim for them if they get stolen. There's also top tips on preventing tool theft, too.
Our back catalogue of tool theft articles just keeps on growing – here are a few from the archives:
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