The Government is keen to spend shedloads of cash on new driverless car technology – will it lead to cheap car insurance for Brits suffering from high rates?
The AA says that if your car insurance rates have gone up this year, the true culprit behind the rate hike is none other George Osborne.
Older motorists turn out to be hit hardest by recent car insurance price hikes that have been ravaging the British car-owning populace.
A brand new research study into how car insurance companies typically rake policyholders over the coals has revealed that last minute renewals will cost you.
Both the Government and car insurance companies have been working hard to ensure motorists that they’ll be saving cash on their premiums in the New Year.
Here’s something that will set your teeth on edge: average best buy car insurance premiums have gone up by more than 10 per cent year-on-year from 30 November.
Insurers have always blamed pricey car insurance claims for rising premiums, but one just broke the record: Rowan Atkinson’s massive claim for his Mclaren F1.
Car insurance industry insiders say a massive hike in premium prices – the biggest in five years – is going to hit Brits hard. What’s a motorist to do?
If Chancellor Osborne’s Autumn Statement can be believed, he’s going to give us all a break on our car insurance premiums.
Wondering about the best ways to save some cash on your motor car insurance? Here’s a foolproof way to save at least £113: don’t be so bloody daft.