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Travel-insurers-paying-out-1-million-a-day.htmTravel insurers paying out £1 million a day
14th June 2016
Travel insurance providers paid out the equivalent of £1 million a day to policyholders last year, according to industry figures.

Data from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) revealed that its members awarded a total of £365 million to a total of 494,000 individuals and f...
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Hands-free-phones-just-as-distracting-to-drivers-as-hand-held-mobiles.htmHands-free phones 'just as distracting to drivers as hand-held mobiles'
10th June 2016
Using a hands-free phone can be just as distracting to motorists as hand-held mobiles, a new study has warned.

According to psychologists at the University of Sussex, conversations over hands-free sets can prompt a driver to visualise what they are talking about.

This, they said, m...
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Homeowners-urged-to-maintain-property-exteriors.htmHomeowners urged to maintain property exteriors
9th June 2016
Households have been urged to maintain the exterior of their homes in order to prevent maintenance issues.

According to Lloyds Bank Insurance, taking care of properties is important not just for aesthetic reasons.

Indeed, the group insisted that ensuring a home is in a good state o...
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Van-insurance-costs-on-the-up.htmVan insurance costs on the up
8th June 2016
Van insurance costs have risen by almost a tenth in the last year, new figures have revealed.

According to data from Consumer Intelligence, average best buy premiums went up by 9.7 per cent in the year to April 2016 - hitting £954.

However, the organisation believes van drive...
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Drivers-urged-to-rest-before-long-journeys.htmDrivers urged to rest before long journeys
7th June 2016
Motorists should get a proper night’s rest before embarking on long journeys, according to road safety group GEM Motoring Assist.

With thousands of families set to clock up hundreds of miles on the road this summer, the organisation is highlighting the risks linked to driving whilst t...
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British-motorists-dont-understand-French-road-signs.htmBritish motorists 'don't understand French road signs'
6th June 2016
Many drivers from the UK could be at risk of breaking the law if they drive to France this summer - as they don't understand the road signs.

According to research by Insurance4carhire, 57 per cent of British drivers believe the French toll booth symbol actually means stop.

Mean...
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Car-insurance-confuses-most-drivers.htmCar insurance 'confuses most drivers'
3rd June 2016
Most drivers feel car insurance is too confusing and should be easier to understand, a new survey has found.

According to the Co-op Insurance, 48 per cent of motorists find car insurance confusing. Meanwhile, 86 per cent want it to made simpler and more understandable.

How premiums...
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Garden-theft-tipped-to-spike-this-summer.htmGarden theft tipped to spike this summer
2nd June 2016
Households have been urged to secure their gardens and make sure expensive items aren't vulnerable to theft.

According to SunLife Home Insurance, the number of thefts from gardens and outbuildings typically goes up by about a quarter during the summer months.

As a result, the c...
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Older-drivers-dont-feel-theyd-pass-driving-test-today.htmOlder drivers 'don't feel they'd pass driving test today'
1st June 2016
Many older motorists in the UK are not confident they would pass a driving test if they were forced to take one again, a new study has found.

According to insurance provider Rias, more than two million drivers aged 50 or over are doubtful of their ability to pass today's test.

...
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Campaigners-call-for-tougher-enforcement-of-driving-laws.htmCampaigners call for tougher enforcement of driving laws
31st May 2016
Road safety campaigners have warned that courts need to be tougher when enforcing driving regulations.

According to charity group Brake, many repeat offenders have racked up at least 12 penalty points - the level required to get an automatic ban - yet are allowed to continue driving.
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