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One in 10 have made false whiplash claims - 25th November 2014

Whiplash injuries in the UK are the source of many car insurance claims, and while most are genuine, some are not. In fact, recent research has found that one in 10 people admitted to either making a false claim or knowing someone who has. Read More...

Are car insurance premiums on the rise? - 22nd October 2014

Since the end of 2011, car insurance premiums have been on a downward slide – much to the delight of motorists. However, according to the latest AA British Insurance Premium Index, the average quote for comprehensive car insurance cover has risen. Read More...

Farewell to the tax disc - 30th September 2014

The era of the tax disc, displayed in cars across the UK, is coming to an end. As of the 1 October, tax discs will no longer be issued for those who are renewing or buying their tax. Read More...

CMA unveils measures to bring down car insurance - 25th September 2014

There’s no doubt that cheaper car insurance premiums would be welcomed with open arms by all motorists. A recent investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) aimed to do just that. Read More...

3,500 fraudulent insurance applications each week - 18th September 2014

While the majority of motorists are honest when it comes to their car insurance application, there are still those that try to beat the system. Just how many may surprise you. Read More...

Increasing danger from “Crash for Cash” fraudsters - 18th June 2014

They’ve become so common that they’ve even been given their own phrases – “crash for cash” and fraudulent “slam-ons” – these are road accidents, deliberately caused so that unscrupulous people can claim for false whiplash compensation. Read More...

Friday 13th – unlucky for motorists? - 13th June 2014

Is Friday the 13th unlucky? Well, for some, it just might be. Research from Aviva has revealed that there might actually be some truth woven into that most common of superstitions, and unfortunately, it could be bad news for motorists. Read More...

Young drivers head to the Bank of Mum and Dad - 23rd May 2014

An increasing number of younger drivers are turning to the Bank of Mum and Dad to buy their first car, according to research from Co-operative Insurance, with 27% admitting that their parents paid for it. Read More...

Motorists enjoy low insurance premiums - 17th February 2014

Car insurance premiums have hit the headlines over recent years, not least with the predicted price hikes due to the EU gender equality rules. Read More...

Are you owed a refund for cancelled car insurance? - 05th February 2014

No-one likes paying for car insurance, but what if you found out you’ve paid more than you needed to? It’s been discovered that a lot of car insurance customers who cancelled their policies could be in-line for a refund after a system glitch. Read More...


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