This Month's Top Articles
Car Insurance UK news (page 38):
|Car insurance drivers to be targeted by anti drug-driving initiative|
|19th August 2009|
|A new government campaign has been launched to help raise awareness amongst car insurance customers about the dangers of drug-driving. |
Costing a total of £2.3 million, the initiative will include a new television commercial that uses that tagline 'your eyes will give you away' to expl...
|Car insurance provider to offer extra vandalism protection|
|19th August 2009|
|A new scheme has been launched to help car insurance customers over the age of 50 to protect their no claim discounts and cover the cost of vandalism damage. |
Saga Motor Insurance says it believes that the initiative will offer increased protection for older drivers and remove the worry abo...
|Car insurance shoppers 'could opt for new VW'|
|18th August 2009|
|Drivers looking for the best deals on car insurance cover could be tempted by the new Volkswagen (VW) Touran Match. |
The new version of the Touran Match costs only £500 more than the SE edition but comes with around £1,600 worth of extras - which could be a tempting offer for the ...
|Car insurance cost increases predicted|
|15th August 2009|
|New figures suggest that car insurance customers could see a rise in their premiums if they renew their policies over the next few months. |
According to Aon, the current recession is forcing car insurance providers to increase their prices in order to ensure acceptable profit levels. The fi...
|Defining jobs correctly 'could reduce car insurance premiums'|
|15th August 2009|
|Drivers looking to lower their car insurance costs should consider how they define their jobs, it has been asserted.|
Writing for lovemoney.com, Amy Davies explained that occupation definitions can make a substantial difference to the cost of car insurance cover.
However, she noted ...
|Women 'entitled to cheaper car insurance' |
|13th August 2009|
|A finance expert believes that female car insurance customers deserve to pay lower premiums because of their driving habits. |
In an article for the Guardian, Ali Steed, editor of personal finance advice website MyMoneyDiva.com, explained that while women are not involved in fewer accidents,...
|Female car insurance customers 'should consider bank holiday checks'|
|12th August 2009|
|Female drivers are being advised by a car club to make sure their vehicle is roadworthy before embarking on a trip this bank holiday. |
FOXY Lady Drivers Club believes that many car insurance customers could avoid spending the August 31st waiting for a breakdown truck to arrive if they book ...
|Car insurance customers advised to correctly maintain their vehicle|
|8th August 2009|
|The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) is advising car insurance customers to make sure their car is roadworthy at all times in order to avoid accidents and large bills.|
According to Alex Wells, press officer at the RMIF, drivers need to take steps to ensure that a minor car maintenanc...
|Car insurance customers remain 'unconvinced' about cameras|
|7th August 2009|
|A new survey reveals that many drivers do not believe that speed cameras are helping to reduce accidents and therefore lower car insurance premiums. |
According to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), the majority of motorists do believe that speed cameras are a positive move but many ...
|Do not use second-hand child seats, warns car insurance provider|
|6th August 2009|
|Parents are being warned not to purchase second-hand car seats for their children by a leading car insurance company. |
Sainsbury's Car Insurance has highlighted that it is often difficult to know if used car seats have been damaged in an accident and therefore could offer limited protection...