This Month's Top Articles
Car Insurance UK news (page 28):
|Honda cars named most pothole-proof |
|20th December 2011|
|Drivers of Honda cars might be less likely to make a pothole-related claim on their car insurance, the latest figures from Potholes.co.uk show.|
Research from the website shows that Toyota and Hyundai are the second and third most reliable vehicles when it comes to avoiding pothole damag...
|Car insurance certificates to be scrapped|
|17th December 2011|
|Motorists will no longer have to keep a car insurance certificate when purchasing cover for their vehicle, under new plans unveiled by the government.|
Transport secretary Justine Greening explained that a number of unnecessary pieces of legislation are being scrapped as part of the Road...
|Make sure your car is prepared for winter|
|13th December 2011|
|Freezing winter weather is upon us once again, making breakdown cover a priority for most British drivers.|
Motorists can reduce their risk of breaking down or being involved in an accident by making small adjustments to their car in preparation for the changing road conditions.
|Bear car security in mind this Christmas |
|13th December 2011|
|People could risk making a claim on their car insurance this Christmas if they make their vehicles too appealing to thieves, an expert has warned.|
Leaving gifts on the back seat is likely to tempt thieves, explained head of training at IAM Drive & Survive Simon Elstow, so people are...
|ABI: Car insurance will not go up for winter tyres |
|2nd December 2011|
|Motorists considering fitting winter tyres to their vehicle should not see their car insurance go up as a result of the modification, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has revealed.|
The body, which represents around 90 per cent of the insurance industry, has received assurance f...
|Avoid car insurance claims on frosty mornings |
|30th November 2011|
|Motorists could be at risk of having to make a claim on their car insurance while defrosting their cars on icy mornings.|
Lincolnshire Police has warned people not to leave their vehicles unattended while de-icing their windscreens using the car's engine, following a recent theft in the ...
|Devon man paints 30mph sign on side of house |
|25th November 2011|
|People in the village of Bow in Devon may be less likely to see their car insurance premiums rise as a result of speeding, thanks to the effort of one local man.|
Tim Backhouse, who has lived in the area for two years, has decided to paint a 30mph speed limit sign on the side of his house in...
|Drive safely in fog to avoid car insurance claims |
|19th November 2011|
|Motorists can avoid having to make a car insurance claim when they have been driving in fog by following a few simple guidelines, an expert has suggested.|
Ensuring windows are clean is imperative, as is checking that all lights are in full working order, explained head of IAM Drive and Surv...
|Stick to the speed limit and keep car insurance down |
|18th November 2011|
|People who want to keep their car insurance premiums as low as possible need to make sure they stick to the speed limit, RoadPilot has emphasised.|
It found that many motorists are facing significant rises to their car insurance as a result of speeding convictions, with men tending to be wor...
|Rising fuel cost alters attitudes to motoring |
|10th November 2011|
|Many people are now thinking about how fuel-efficient their car is due to the rising cost of petrol, figures from British Car Auctions (BCA) show.|
It discovered that half of people would be willing to change their driving style or invest in a more economical car if prices rose further, pote...