Car insurance Updated:
Car insurance premiums have hit the headlines over recent years, not least with the predicted price hikes due to the EU gender equality rules.
Women's premiums were expected to soar with younger females looking to be the biggest losers, and overall everyone was expected to be hit by less accurate pricing.
Well, it looks like the cloud has passed and it's good news all round for motorists, with overall premiums over 15% down on those a year ago, according to the monthly price monitor Tiger Watch.
Prices studied this month actually reveal that they have they fallen to the same level as they were in 2010, well before talk of the EU directive.
In fact it is younger motorists who are benefitting the most with both male and female drivers, around the age of 20, seeing rates fall by as much as 32% over the past year.
Andrew Goulborn from Tiger Watch said: "It's good news for UK drivers that car insurance prices are continuing to fall.
"Our monthly price index shows that February 2014 premiums are at the same level as those recorded mid-2010. Competition between insurers and the anticipation of a positive impact from recent fraud prevention initiatives are all helping to drive rates down."
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