This Month's Top Articles
Car Insurance UK news (page 11):
|Best green cars on the market today|
|25th July 2014|
|Fuel efficiency and low emissions remain some of the biggest draws for motorists planning to purchase a new car, but what are some of the best models on the market today when it comes to going green?|
The recent 2014 Global Automotive Executive Summary from KPMG revealed 92 per cent of respo...
|Road casualties reduce in the UK|
|27th June 2014|
|The number of accidents and associated fatalities and injuries on the UK's roads reduced last year, new figures from the Department for Transport (DfT) reveal.|
Improvements in safety seen
According to the latest provisional road casualty statistics for 2013, a ...
|Be prepared for driving in Spain|
|5th June 2014|
|Spain continues to be an attractive holiday destination for Brits, with many people choosing to take their car with them when vacationing abroad.|
As a result, the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has published a range of helpful tips to ensure travellers planning a driving holiday to t...
|Speed limits 'are not made to be broken'|
|28th May 2014|
|The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has responded to the publication of new data relating to speeding motorists across England and Wales in the 12 months to the end of April this year.|
Covering 33 local police authorities, the highest speed of a motorist caught by the multitude of spe...
|Motorists urge caution in 20 mph plans|
|16th May 2014|
|Drivers across the country have taken part in the latest AA-Populus poll and have given their views on the growing popularity of 20 mph zones among councils keen to improve road safety in their area.|
According to the results, almost half (47 per cent) of UK motorists do not believe the bene...
|Auto-renewal 'costs motorists £1.9bn a year'|
|13th May 2014|
|Vehicle owners across the UK are failing to get the best deals on their car insurance by blindly accepting auto-renewal quotes when it comes to renewing their policy.|
Research published by MoneySuperMarket.com has revealed 8.6 million drivers up and down the country could be missing out on ...
|Councils to address pothole issues|
|29th April 2014|
|Potholes have become a major issue for UK motorists over recent years, with roads up and down the country being battered by increasingly cold and wet winters.|
However, the government is now taking action to help bolster local authorities' ability to get on top of road maintenance issues...
|Mobile phone use 'biggest driver irritation'|
|14th April 2014|
|Drivers across the UK have highlighted their biggest pet peeves when it comes to the behaviour of other road users.|
New research published by Kwik Fit has highlighted individuals continuing to use mobile phones when in charge of a vehicle as the activity that is most likely to set their blo...
|Drivers advised on Easter getaways|
|10th April 2014|
|Individuals planning to take to the roads over the coming week and a half have been offered some insight into the most likely routes that will suffer congestion as the Easter break gets into full swing.|
Research carried out by the AA as part of its latest AA-Populus poll show 55 per cent of...
|Uninsured drivers 'continue to blight UK roads'|
|4th April 2014|
|Up to half a million motorists continue to flout the law and drive without insurance on the UK's roads, new figures from insurer Churchill have revealed.|
According to the company's findings, almost 500,000 UK drivers received penalty points for driving while uninsured between 2010 a...