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Parking poses most problems for drivers

Parking poses most problems for drivers

Category: Car insurance

Updated: 26/11/2012
First Published: 19/03/2009

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Almost a quarter (22%) of road accidents are parking related, a new survey has revealed.

By comparison, claims statistics from swiftcover.com reveal the perceived accident hotspot of roundabouts account for just two per cent of claims.

Accidents at side roads are behind seven per cent of claims, changing lanes four per cent, and traffic lights one per cent.

The insurer recently revealed that UK drivers could save an average of £70 each by shopping around for their car insurance providers" online rather than just accepting their renewal price.

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