Wondering about the best ways to save some cash on your motor car insurance? Here’s a foolproof way to save at least £113: don’t be so bloody daft.
Telematics-based cover, one of the newest ways to secure motor car insurance for cheap, may become the industry standard in the future; are you prepared for it?
Once more car insurance rates have trended downwards, but experts are unsure of how long this dip will last – if at all.
Car insurance companies in the UK are at it again – now they’re providing so-called relief for some classes of Brits even as others are left without options.
Well it’s finally happened – it looks like the tipping point for switching from traditional car insurance companies to a telematics-based one may be here.
Well I have good news for you and bad news: this week it came out that car insurance rates dropped yet again, but this might be the end of such occurrences.
While car insurance rates may have dropped overall recently, not all insurance policies are created equal: women have been losing out, one insurer says.
It’s not news that it’s compulsory to secure at least a bare minimum of motor insurance before you slip behind the wheel, but there’s more to safe driving than just taking out the cheapest third party cover you can find and hoping for the best – you’re actually better off taking your time to select a policy that offers you the best value for money.
While it may seem a bit queer to welcome rising insurance costs, many motorists have done just that, after new research from the AA indicates that the average comprehensive quote ‘only’ rose by 7.7 per cent over the past 12 months from March of 2011.
While it may seem odd to welcome the fact that car insurance companies are continuing to raise their rates, industry experts say that the relatively modest 7.1 per cent rise in the average price of insurance from March of 2011 is blessed relief for price increases experienced during the 12 months preceding that date.