This Month's Top Articles
Car Insurance UK news (page 38):
|Drivers spend more time looking for car insurance, claims survey.|
|5th August 2009|
|A new poll reveals that the average driver now spends up to two hours online seeking out the most suitable car insurance policy. |
The research by car insurance provider Swinton concluded that the amount of time that people are looking for the right car insurance deal has increased over the ...
|Car insurance premiums rising, claims ABI|
|4th August 2009|
|The Association of British Insurers (ABI) believes that the increase in personal injury claims and legal fees are forcing up car insurance premiums.|
According to ABI, the industry has seen gross claims increase from £8.8 billion in 2006 to £9.6 billion in 2008.
|Car insurance customers 'favour greener approach'|
|1st August 2009|
|A new survey has discovered that many car insurance customers consider the environment when it comes to travelling. |
Car insurance provider Admiral polled a total of 3,167 motorists and discovered that there has been an increase in public transport use, possibly as more people feel the tigh...
|Car insurance premiums could be reduced by extra security, claims AA|
|30th July 2009|
|The AA believes that many drivers could reduce their car insurance premiums by taking a few extra security measures. |
Ian Crowder, spokesperson for the AA, explained that making a car secure at night by parking it in a garage rather than on the driveway so that it is less tempting to car th...
|Car insurance customers warned about thieves |
|29th July 2009|
|A new study has revealed that there has been an increase in the number of high-end cars being stolen by car thieves. |
Figures from car insurance provider LV= show that during the first five months of 2009 there has been a 38 per cent rise in the value of car theft claims compared to the sam...
|Car insurance customers 'could benefit from road tax changes'|
|28th July 2009|
|The Association of British Drivers (ABD) is calling on the government to do more to justify its spending of road tax and fuel duty in order to reduce costs for car insurance customers. |
Paul Biggs, environment spokesperson for the ABD, explained that many drivers remain suspicious of how th...
|Car insurance customers 'should resist urge to tailgate'|
|25th July 2009|
|The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) is stressing that motorists should not retaliate if they are the victims of tailgating. |
A recent survey by car insurance provider AA revealed that many drivers believe driving too close to the car in front is the most annoying habit displayed by fe...
|Car insurance vital for holidaying parents, claims Post Office|
|25th July 2009|
|The Post Office is stressing that parents should ensure that expensive in-car entertainment designed to keep children happy on long journeys needs to be covered by car insurance policies. |
Research conducted by the company suggests that parents could spend around £800 this summer on in...
|AA launches guide to help car insurance customers cut costs|
|24th July 2009|
|The AA has produced a new guide aimed to help drivers save money during the current economic downturn. |
Entitled The Money Saving Motorist, the book gives advice on how to reduce spending on a range of motoring-related products such as petrol, maintenance and car insurance.
|Drivers 'cutting down on car insurance extras'|
|23rd July 2009|
|Many car insurance customers are reducing the number of add-ons they are buying with their policies, claims a new survey. |
According to a poll conducted by esure, there has been a seven per cent fall in the number of motorists choosing car insurance extras, with an 8.6 per cent decline in t...