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.
Want someone to blame besides car insurance companies for your out of control premium payments? Look no further than the nation’s cadre of accountants.
Cheap car insurance is thin on the ground in the UK, but the brainchild of a Scottish businessman could turn the industry on its ear – if it works.
It’s time for that old refrain from car insurance companies: your rates are rising because ambulance-chasing lawyers are ratcheting up insurance claims.
With new data driving it home, it looks finding a cheap car insurance policy is just getting increasingly harder to find for nearly everyone.
Around five years ago, the first car insurance companies began to provide telematics-based cover to Brits. How much have Brits actually benefited?
Newly revealed research has revealed that car insurance companies aren’t exactly passing on the savings when it comes to their customers.
Rumours are swirling that Internet giant Google is going to shutter Google Compare, its car insurance comparison service.