If you do the maths, it may not make financial sense to protect your no-claims bonus, as your car insurance rates can still increase significantly in the event of an accident.
Government ministers have come forward with renewed vows to clampdown on drivers getting behind the wheel without first taking out at least discount car insurance, and have also taken steps to encourage telematics-based motor car insurance policies as a way to control the costs of motoring in the UK, experts say.
While some have seen the proliferation of ‘black box’ motor car insurance as the latest way the government is trying to invade the privacy of Brits and turn the UK into a surveillance state, telematics-based technology is growing in popularity despite its controversial nature.
The UK branch of one major motor manufacturer has entered into a relationship with Equity Insurance Partnerships in order to provide discount car insurance to its customers, experts recently said.
An accident staged by criminals in order to defraud car insurance companies has resulted in a 29 year old mother from Tandridge becoming victimised, discount car insurance experts recently reported.
The winter weather has ravaged roads across the UK, leading to a record number of potholes that could end up causing the kinds of damage to vehicles that could necessitate a motor car insurance claim, the Department for Transport warned.
Many Brits who own caravans may think that their motor car insurance offers enough protection in the event of having to make a claim, yet the temptation to not bother with taking out separate cover should be resisted, according to a recently conducted research study.
While car insurance rates are going down overall after years upon years of massive increases, some motorists – such as young men – are being quoted more than £5,000 for an annual insurance policy, experts say.
Drivers are being charged unfair motor car insurance fees for renewals and minor policy alterations, it was recently revealed by a leading consumer campaign group.
Motorists that sometimes search in vain for discount car insurance have voiced their frustration, leading to many industry experts to choose to answer their most frequently asked questions as to why car insurance companies have been raising rates so high over the past few years.