Just because there’s nothing like tempering good news with bad, I’m saddened to report the recent car insurance cost drop isn’t going to last very long.
The old saying goes ‘sometimes it’s not worth getting out of bed in the morning,’ and motorists sick of paying high car insurance rates undoubtedly agree.
In what can only be described as the most unintentionally entertaining bit of news this week, it turns out bad drivers are confused why their rates go up.
Two new reports this week reveal how a large number of Brits not believe traffic cameras improve road safety; could be drivers themselves cause the trouble.
Car insurance companies in the UK are at it again – now they’re providing so-called relief for some classes of Brits even as others are left without options.
Well it’s finally happened – it looks like the tipping point for switching from traditional car insurance companies to a telematics-based one may be here.
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?