According to research recently conducted by Diamond, a provider of discount car insurance for women, the average Brit spends around £100 to personalise their car with items such as window stickers, soft toys, and seat covers, though some motorists could be risking a car accident through their zeal to accesorise their motor.
Car insurance companies have said that when it comes time to accessorise your car, you should skip the whimsy, as drivers can actually increase their likelihood of being involved in an accident because of distracting items in the car.
The battle of the sexes has been raging for generations, and while many women wish for equality, some have said that with the EU laws banning discount car insurance for women, female drivers may need to be careful what they wish for.
Motor car insurance experts say that female motorists need to seriously consider switching out their new cars for used ones, as a quality used car can often lead to much more affordable car insurance rates than brand-new ones.
One leading car insurance comparison website has recently raised questions on how much the European Court of Justice Ruling banning gender-based car insurance rate determinations will actually impact the insurance industry.
In the wake of the ruling by the European Court of Justice banning the practice of providing discount car insurance for women on the basis of gender inequality, insurers are turning to new technology to instead charge car insurance rates that reflect a driver’s individual risk.
British female motorists are decidedly not looking forward to increased car insurance rates as a result of the March ruling by the European Court of Justice that goes into effect this month barring gender differences as a basis for determining risk, experts say.
The new ban on calculating car insurance rates along gender lines will most likely have a significant effect on not just discount car insurance for women but on a wide range of insurance products, one expert from Deloitte recently warned.
Experts have warned that the EU has driven the final nail into the coffin of discount car insurance for women, thanks to a ruling which could have deleterious effects on road safety.
Providers of discount car insurance for women may have a few things to say to their female customers after new research found women may be more prone to lying about the cause of a car accident than their male counterparts.