It seems like all the car insurance news was doom and gloom. Expensive, expensive and…expensive. Those were the headlines.
Most people get car insurance by going up the apple and pears and logging on to their computer.
Every year UK drivers lose billions of pounds when it comes time to renew their car insurance, but a new law could change all that. Maybe.
Rumours are swirling that Internet giant Google is going to shutter Google Compare, its car insurance comparison service.
A quartet of so-called “ghost brokers” – individuals masquerading illegally as car insurance brokers – have narrowly and miraculously avoided jail time.
Older motorists turn out to be hit hardest by recent car insurance price hikes that have been ravaging the British car-owning populace.
A brand new research study into how car insurance companies typically rake policyholders over the coals has revealed that last minute renewals will cost you.
When it comes to the biggest liabilities out there, health workers like GPs are apparently the most prone to making claims on their motor car insurance.
Say goodbye to cheap car insurance: new data says that car insurance companies have begun to raise their rates after three long years of lowered costs.
Well, it was nice while it lasted: new data shows car insurance costs are once more on the rise in the UK for a number of reasons.