One major commercial insurance broker has finally acknowledged the concerns of its members by adding a new commercial van insurance broker.
A new study from the AA has found that the typical cost of comprehensive cover in the UK has risen to an unprecedented more than £1,000 a year.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association recently announced that telematics-based motor car insurance policy sales have skyrocketed, with projections of the next two years bringing 500,000 such sales in the UK alone.
It’s nothing new to drive abroad during the summer months – around 10 million Brits are already preparing to do so, according to some estimates – but industry experts warn that you need to prepare yourself before venturing out in order to eliminate the possibilities of taking unneeded risks with local motoring laws.
It’s only natural to think that your insurer is the one that pays the cost of repairs – that is why you pay annual premiums, after all – but new evidence has emerged that car insurance companies are systematically rising premiums after falling into a scheme with car hire firms and garages.
The chief operations officer of one of the largest car insurance companies in the UK recently said out loud what we’ve all been thinking: the insurance industry has gone ‘mad’ and needs to be changed.
With the Office of Fair Trading finally coming out and saying what we’ve all been going on about for months now – that the motor car insurance industry is completely ‘dysfunctional’ the Competition Commission is set to launch a new study to determine the extent of responsibility that the nation’s car insurance companies bear.
According to one car insurance comparison website, a large proportion of UK motorists are just saying no when it comes to their No Claims Discounts, choosing not to spend extra money in order to protect their discounts in the event of an accident.
You may not believe it when you hear it, but car insurance companies say that the average cost of a comprehensive motor car insurance policy has actually begun to decline for the first time in four years.
Holders of so-called discount car insurance policies are growing tired of being charged fees for renewing their cover or making minor alterations to their motor car insurance policy, with some consumer watchdogs calling the charges ‘exorbitant.’