This Month's Top Articles
Car Insurance UK news (page 38):
|Green car insurance provider expands eco-options|
|25th June 2009|
|Car insurance provider ibuyeco has announced plans to enable customers to support a greater range of green projects. |
The company has confirmed with each purchase of car insurance they will make a £5 donation to the Woodland Trust, Borneo Orangutan Survival or The Converging World.
|Seat model 'could reduce car insurance costs'|
|20th June 2009|
|The Seat Ibiza could play a vital role in reducing car insurance costs for drivers by boosting their no-claim bonuses. |
By offering enhanced security, the model came top in its category at the recent British Insurance Vehicle Security Awards. Seat's supermini was awarded the maximum five-st...
|Car insurance news: Most expensive accidents occur in Germany and France |
|17th June 2009|
|New research has revealed that having a motorway accident in Germany or France is likely to result in an expensive bill. |
Aviva revealed that the average bill for a crash in Germany totals £2,490. This is 50 per cent higher than elsewhere in Europe.
Motorists should also be a...
|Car insurance customers becoming 'petrosexual'|
|16th June 2009|
|A new survey has found that men and women car insurance customers in the UK are becoming more equal. |
According to research commissioned by Carmony.co.uk, the country's motorists are increasingly 'petrosexual' behind the wheel and opt for the same music, the same underwear and share similar...
|Driving academy 'could lower car insurance costs'|
|16th June 2009|
|A new driving academy is set to open in the UK this summer and the school could play an important part in reducing car insurance premiums for motorists. |
The Mercedes-Benz driving academy is especially hoping to encourage younger drivers to develop awareness and improve their skills.
|Brits cautious about reducing car insurance cover|
|13th June 2009|
|Many drivers are shopping around for the best car insurance deals without reducing their cover, claims new research. |
A survey from Datamonitor revealed that just five per cent of motorists would consider opting for third-party cover to help make their premium's more affordable. A further ...
|Car insurance customers warned about basic car checks |
|12th June 2009|
|New research has revealed that many drivers are neglecting to carry out basic checks on their vehicles and could be risking their car insurance cover. |
A study from car care and oil company, Comma, discovered that over five million motorists never check their oil level despite the risk of a...
|Car insurance customers 'should not reduce maintenance'|
|11th June 2009|
|Drivers who have shopped around for the best car insurance cover should not cut further costs by failing to look after their vehicle, claims one firm. |
Research by Kwik-Fit has revealed that around seven million drivers are planning to reduce their expenditure on service costs in order to l...
|Sussex car insurance warning after crackdown|
|6th June 2009|
|Many people are finding they have been the victim of car vandals in one area of Church Gresley. |
The Burton Mail reports that up to 40 vehicles have been targeted over the past month, with the criminals scratching bodywork, snapping aerials and damaging wiper blades. Local residents believe...
|Car insurance crackdown in Burley|
|6th June 2009|
|A month-long anti-speeding campaign has led to the conviction of more than 100 drivers in the Burley area. |
The Wharfdale Observer reports that the Speedwatch operation run by Police Community Support offers and civilian volunteers has left many motorists facing fines. Any additional licenc...