This Month's Top Articles
Archived 2012-01 news:
|Breakdown Insurance: Long urban work commute 'causing driver stress'|
|31st January 2012|
|The long commute into work is causing stress among many drivers, who are becoming increasingly frustrated by delays and congestion in Britain's major cities.|
Commuting motorists face an additional two hours travelling time per day if they face congestion, according to Direct Line.
|Loans UK: Greater financial regulation 'will be welcomed by consumers'|
|28th January 2012|
Greater regulation of the financial services industry has moved a step closer to realisation after the government announced its financial services bill.
Consumer watchdog Which? has welcomed the news that ministers will create two new bodies to replace the Financial Services...
|Car Insurance UK: Brits mull car retrofits to cut costs, survey shows|
|27th January 2012|
|Three-quarters of British motorists would consider sending their car to a mechanic to have it retrofitted to make it more fuel efficient, according to new research.|
Retrofitting a hybrid or EV system or adapting the engine to accept a different kind of fuel all have the potential to red...
|Savings Accounts: Brits 'overburdened' by money issues|
|26th January 2012|
|Money management is proving a hindrance to the majority of Brits, according to research by a leading car insurance firm, which shows people in the north-east are struggling the most.|
Fifty seven per cent of women compared to 45 per cent of men claim their lives are too complicated, the ...
|Car Insurance UK: British drivers 'ditch cars to save money'|
|24th January 2012|
|Rising car insurance costs and other financial pressure are prompting many motorists to ditch the car in favour of walking for shorter journeys, new research shows.|
Over a third of Brits intend to make a concerted effort to walk more often and drive less in a bid to cut back on spending...