A new research paper, which describes how to remove junk auto components from vehicles and how to prevent them from falling into the hands of thieves, has been published.
The paper, titled “The Importance of Self-Repair of Auto Parts”, by researchers from the University of Sheffield, describes how a number of new auto-parts found in cars and trucks have become available for sale online.
It is based on research into the theft of stolen auto parts from online retailers, and how the criminals exploit a number different parts types.
The authors describe the main methods that criminals use to remove auto parts and the damage that this does to vehicles.
They describe a process by which the thieves can get a vehicle to stop working and drive off, and describe a method for stopping the car from spinning at a certain speed.
The researchers explain that some parts of the car that are designed to be used for the operation of a mechanical device will become damaged and require repair.
The research team also suggest a number methods for the detection of stolen parts, including using a device called an infrared camera, which is used to determine the shape of the parts.
The new research suggests that it is possible to reduce the risk of auto parts falling into criminals’ hands, the researchers said.
The latest research was published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
It will be interesting to see whether this paper will lead to the criminalisation of the sale of auto-related parts in the UK, said Professor Simon Pritchard from the School of Industrial and Business Sciences at the University at Durham.
This is a big change, he said.
We would be interested to see if this paper leads to the introduction of tougher legislation, or whether the authors’ conclusions are wrong.
The study was published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).