Nearly four out of every ten motor car insurance owners have admitted to flouting the law in order to check their mobiles whilst behind the wheel, a survey recently revealed.
One provider of discount car insurance in the UK has recently announced the launch of a new motor car insurance policy designed for families living under the same roof with as many as five vehicles.
According to a recent industry survey, comprehensive car insurance rates fell by a rate of 1.6 per cent in this year’s third quarter, giving hopes that discount car insurance in the UK could be making a comeback.
Experts say that, if you’re looking for a way to find discount car insurance in the UK, you’ll need to keep a few simple but very important things in mind if you want to accomplish your goals.
The motor car insurance industry and the Government have responded to the Ministry of Justice’s announcement of the abolition of referral fees paid to car insurance companies for passing personal details of road traffic accident victims to solicitor firms and claims management companies.
According to recently released research findings, uninsured drivers are plaguing both Birmingham and Brandford, which has been impeding progress towards the reduction of the number of drivers without at least discount car insurance in the UK.
Motorists in Cambridge, like many of their counterparts in other areas of the UK, are facing massive car insurance rate hikes of as much as 50 per cent – high enough to force a few to give up on motoring altogether.
A new driver behaviour index from one provider of discount car insurance in the UK has found that roads in the UK have become more safe over the last year, as motorists have been engaging in less dangerous actions whilst behind the wheel.
After industry experts revealed that car insurance companies incurred costs in excess of £18 million a week in 2010 due to fraudulent claims, providers of discount car insurance in the UK have decided to combat rising levels of fraud by setting a national register up in order to record offenders.
Due to car insurance rate hikes and fuel increases, cash strapped mums have begun to abandon their cars for shorter trips, according to one new report.