New research suggests that up to a third of British drivers could save money on their car insurance policies by installing a dash cam on their vehicle.
A car insurance comparison website has made the prediction that car insurance will be, on average, £1000 by 2018. Are they right? Let’s take a look…
Data analysis by a popular car insurance company shows that young drivers pay £350 more for car insurance because they don’t compare quotes.
So it may be true that car insurance rates are down on average overall, but you’re still not likely to find cheap car insurance for young drivers anytime soon.
Ppeople would buy a self-driving car to get a break on their insurance or turn their vehicles into rolling wardrobes if they could. Heaven knows why.
If you think your car insurance rates are bad, things could always be worse depending if you live in a high-crime area or not!
With the ‘epidemic’ of whiplash-related claims driving up car insurance rates due to increased insurer costs, Government ministers have recently announced plans to tackle the issue in any way they can to provide cheaper car insurance to drivers in the UK.
Motor car insurance industry experts have said that insurance firms are expected to push for a wider and more accelerated adoption of telematics-based technology in order to both control insurance costs and make the roads safer as well, it has been recently said.
Many specialist providers of discount car insurance for women have had serious concerns for the motor car insurance industry as of December of this year, as a new EU ruling prohibits the use of gender in calculating premiums – but many have said that telematics-based insurance could save the industry.
A new agreement between the Government and two motor car insurance industry bodies will result in cheaper car insurance and more easily obtainable travel insurance for older motorists, it was recently reported.