In a recent survey over 60% of people agreed that any kind of smartphone activity while driving just isn’t on, and those drivers who refrain from doing so should be rewarded with cheaper car insurance.
Don’t ask me how this happened, but a car insurance scam artist from Epsom managed to avoid jail time despite his nefarious “ghost broker” antics.
It turns out that lying on car insurance forms or other fraud are seen as worse than nearly everything else by Brits, according to a new study.
New, emergent technologies may be just what the doctor ordered for British motorists sick and tired of constantly increasing car insurance rates.
File this one under “I could have told you that”: car insurance rates have gone up to miserably high prices over the last year or so, research says.
Håkan Samuelsson, chief executive of Swedish carmaker Volvo, says that driverless car technology will completely dismantle the car insurance industry.
A £150 million roads project to revolutionise British motorways through technology just may make it easier to find cheap car insurance in the UK.
The first quarter of 2016 turns out to have been a much less expensive one for anyone needing to secure motor car insurance, new research says.
Look out, lads: a new tool is said to have the potential to bring down the cost of motor car insurance, and it’s not coming from any insurance company.