The BBC report: 

More than £350,000 was spent by Thames Valley Police repairing their vehicles following collisions last year.

Figures show the force was to blame for 466 crashes in 2012, more than half of those involving their vehicles.

But, it was at fault in a third fewer crashes compared with figures for the last five years, spending £216,000 less on repairs than in 2008.

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