While Brexit may be the stuff of nightmares, its’ impact may have even worse consequences for international drivers
Earlier this year, during the winter, car insurance company “Direct Line” put £55 Million pounds into their kitty.
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Don’t ask me how this happened, but a car insurance scam artist from Epsom managed to avoid jail time despite his nefarious “ghost broker” antics.
A quartet of so-called “ghost brokers” – individuals masquerading illegally as car insurance brokers – have narrowly and miraculously avoided jail time.
So here’s the good news/bad news moment of the week: the so-called “real” cost of insurance fell recently, but it’s going to be quite short-lived indeed.
Car insurance companies have bravely tightened their belts in the wake of a tiny dip in profitability even as a reversal is predicted for the future.
More and more fraudsters are targeting younger Brits as easy marks for scams, but police are stepping up their efforts to catch these criminal bastards.
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.
The Randalstown branch of one car insurance broker based in Northern Ireland has announced it will be introducing telematics technology to its customers in an effort to reduce their insurance costs, experts say.