I’ve written about the pitfalls of buying car insurance while abroad before, but it seems this subject just won’t get out of the headlines.
Driverless cars are just about ready to hit the market, and many experts are predicting this could save the UK population billions of pounds yearly.
When you go looking for a car insurance quote for your £2000 Peugeot, you don’t expect to be quoted nearly £12,000 a year.
Don’t ask me how this happened, but a car insurance scam artist from Epsom managed to avoid jail time despite his nefarious “ghost broker” antics.
New, emergent technologies may be just what the doctor ordered for British motorists sick and tired of constantly increasing car insurance rates.
File this one under “I could have told you that”: car insurance rates have gone up to miserably high prices over the last year or so, research says.
The first quarter of 2016 turns out to have been a much less expensive one for anyone needing to secure motor car insurance, new research says.
Look out, lads: a new tool is said to have the potential to bring down the cost of motor car insurance, and it’s not coming from any insurance company.
Want someone to blame besides car insurance companies for your out of control premium payments? Look no further than the nation’s cadre of accountants.
It’s time for that old refrain from car insurance companies: your rates are rising because ambulance-chasing lawyers are ratcheting up insurance claims.