I don’t know who they think they’re fooling, but car insurance companies are posting record profits whilst the rest of us shoulder the economic burden.
I swear some days the news is so bad that there’s no reason to get out of bed – and with news on how car insurance fraud is rampant, this is one of those days.
This week, it’s been revealed through two different research projects just who the worst drivers in the UK are – and where they’ve all been living.
New research this week announced that Brits are some of the least loyal car insurance customers out there, but could this change with the onset of new tech?
Most motorists are celebrating lowered car insurance rates, but the good times aren’t universal – the majority of younger Brits are still feeling the pain.
The AA might say that year-on-year car insurance rates have dropped by a sizable margin, but there are other costs waiting in the wings for weary drivers.
Well I have good news for you and bad news: this week it came out that car insurance rates dropped yet again, but this might be the end of such occurrences.
Here’s some great news for once – car insurance rates are lower than they have been in a while says new research, and more savings are on the horizon!
So this week was all about how dishonest motorists are being caught by the dozens when it comes to car insurance fraud – but bad drivers apparently go free.
It’s time to play Good News, Bad News – which would you like first? It actually doesn’t matter much, but I like giving you the illusion of choice sometimes.