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News Articles - Car Insurance - Page No 1

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Direct Line results reiterate the importance of checking your insuance renewal carefully

2 May 2014

First quater results from major insurer Direct Line indicate their premiums are falling by a lot less than their competitors


Choose the right car to cut insurance costs

2 September 2013

Picking the right car is just one of the tips The Co-operative Insurance Group have suggested to help young drivers find affordable insurance


Honda named UK’s most reliable car - again!

26 July 2013

What Car? and Warranty Direct Reliability Survey names Honda the most reliable car manufacturers of 2013, claiming the top spot for the eighth year in a row


ABI propose new rules for young drivers to cut premiums by 20%

7 March 2013

ABI propose radical changes to learner and newly qualified drivers to reduce accidents. Would they work or are they simply removing 17 year olds from the roads?


Biggest ever repair bill for Rowan Atkinson’s McLaren

8 February 2013

16 months after his accident, Rowan Atkinson has got his McLaren back after repairs cost his insurers a record £910,000. Glad we don't have his renewal premium.


Gender Neutral? Not in the accidents we have.

5 February 2013

Research from Diamond confirms that, while women have more parking accidents, men have bigger accidents. They're also more likely to drown their car in floods.


Chris Huhne Admits Guilt over Speeding Points Cover Up

4 February 2013

Former Energy Secretary Chris Hulme has admitted asking his wife to take his speeding points in 2003. The MP for Eastleigh is expected to be jailed.


Thousands driving imported cars illegally

31 January 2013

Foreign residents are warned to expect a crackdown on overseas registered cars as Government embarrassed to admit they don't know how many are driving illegally


Pump prices are fair say OFT

30 January 2013

After a four month investigation, the OFT have not found evidence of unfair competition in the road fuel market. Price rises due to crude oil price and tax.


Paul Scholes loses car to Frostjackers

29 January 2013

Man U player Paul Scholes lost sponsors 4x4 Chevy to thieves as he left the car running on the drive to defrost. His insurers won't be impressed, or care much.


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