Up until now, the idea of self-driving cars has been something relegated to science-fiction books and cinema, but vehicles that don’t need input from their drivers in order to operate could spell cheaper car insurance for the nation’s motorists, industry experts say.
While the word ‘espionage’ brings connotations of underhandedness and skulking about, fitting a spy in your car can lead to discount car insurance for young drivers, one major insurance provider recently remarked.
One road safety charity says that setting the nation’s clocks ahead one hour on a permanent basis could lead to safer roads and lowered car insurance rates as a result.
Drivers in search of cheaper car insurance are expected to leave their current providers in droves, with industry experts predicting that more than 50 per cent of UK motorists to switch to car insurance companies that offer telematics-based cover by 2017.
Cheap car insurance for young drivers may be set to make a comeback thanks to an increasing number of larger car insurance companies jumping on the telematics bandwagon, experts say.
While car insurance rates seem to keep rising higher and higher lately, anyone can still find cheaper car insurance if they try – and even though you may think it’s a Herculean task to do so, there are a few relatively painless ways to get the best deals, experts say.
Fake car insurance brokers are appearing out of thin air, experts warn, stating that these so-called ‘ghost brokers’ are attempting to lure those looking for discount car insurance in the face of the rising cost of motoring.
Even though it’s not exactly the most favourite activity for anyone, if you don’t compare car insurance quotes when it comes time to insure your first car, you may find yourself priced right off the road.
With the cost of motoring on a seemingly inexorable rise into the stratosphere, many Brits have gone in search of how to get cheaper car insurance without compromising on their level of cover, motor car insurance experts have recently found.
Motorists living in Northern Ireland should waste no time in shopping around for cheaper car insurance, as the cost of motoring in the region spirals nearly out of control, industry experts recently warned.