Car Insurance

Car insurance for young drivers is falling, says the AA

Record annual drop in the cost of car insurance

The latest AA Insurance Index shows that car insurance has fallen by almost 10 per cent over the last 12 months and hone insurance costs are dropping too.

Why financial planning is important for footballers

Why financial planning is important for footballers

Why it is important for footballers to keep track of their finances and make sure they are signed up to the right type of financial products to suit income and lifestyle choices.

Over 20 million British drivers admit to multitasking behind wheel

Over 20 million British drivers admit to multi-tasking behind wheel

72 per cent of British drivers have admitted to multi-tasking behind the wheel whilst driving

Motorists advised to take care on their holidays

Motorists advised to take care on their holidays

Post Office publishes a checklist for those wishing to take their cars abroad

Young female drivers are reaping the rewards of safe driving, according to the Co-op

Co-op telematics data shows young women safer drivers than men

It is two years since the Co-op became the first major insurer to offer telematics insurance to young drivers giving them the chance to earn cashback for safe driving.

The AA says car and home insurance costs fell in 2013 Q1

AA reports both car and home insurance premiums down in price

The latest AA Insurance Premium Index shows that the cost of car and home insurance have both fallen in the first quarter of 2013.

The UK has been named the "whiplash capital of the world"

MPs to investigate why UK is "whiplash capital of the world"

The Transport Committee is to investigate why the UK received 1,500 whiplash claims every day adding £90 a year to everyone's car insurance premiums.

The AA warns that the UK is in the midst of a pothole crisis

AA warns of £10.5 billion pothole backlog repair bill

The AA has warned that the condition of UK roads is at its worst ever and estimates that it will take £10.5 billion to fix the problems.

Young female drivers have seen car insurance premiums rise by 15% since December 2012

Young women pay 15% more for car insurance after gender ruling

Young women aged 17 to 19 are paying 15 per cent more for car insurance since the ECJ gender pricing ruling in December while young men have seen a 12.9 per cent drop.

Carrot Car insurance can save young drivers money

Telematics car insurance aims to provide carrot and no stick

A new initiative from Carrot Car Insurance gives rewards to young drivers for driving safely through a telematics 'i-box'.

The winter weather and rain has increased the number of potholes on UK roads

AA calls on government to repair potholes or face the costs

The AA is calling on the government to invest in repairing potholes in the roads because motorists can claim from local authorities adding a huge burden to the state.

Car insurance premiums are falling, says the AA

Car insurance premiums fall but home insurance costs up, say AA

The AA's latest Shoparound index for car and home insurance premiums shows car insurance costs are falling but there are wide variations due to the EU gender ruling.

Snow caused a spike in car insurance claims, says the AA

AA reveals league table of car insurance claims caused by snow

The AA has revealed what type of accidents were most common during the recent outbreak of winter weather.

Make sure your car and home are prepared for the winter weather

Top tips: Protect your home and car from snow and ice threat

As the UK lays under a blanket of snow and ice, insurers are advising homeowners and motorists of how to protect their homes and vehicles from the risk posed by snow and ice.

The cost of car insurance has fallen despite the ECJ gender ruling

Car insurance premiums falling despite ECJ gender ruling

Research from MoneySupermarket shows that car insurance premiums have risen for young female drivers but not for women of other ages and overall costs have fallen.

Illegally staged crashes are costing UK motorists £392m a year, according to the IFB

IFB report shows 'Crash for Cash' scams cost UK motorists £392m

A new report from the Insurance Fraud Bureau found that staged crashes are costing UK motorists an extra £392 million a year in increased car insurance premiums.

The ABI has issued advice for flood victims

ABI issues home insurance advice for flood victims

The Association of British Insurers has issued advice for people who may be affected by flooding causing damage to property, contents or motor vehicles.

The C-op is doubling discount available to safe young drivers

Co-op doubles safe driver discount ahead of EU Gender Directive

The C-operative Insurance is doubling the discount available to safe young drivers of both sexes ahead of the EU Gender Directive which is likely to push up the cost of car insurance.

Bonfire Night sees a spike in home insurance claims

Remember, remember to check home insurance before bonfire night

Bonfire night on November 5th sees a spike in home insurance claims so secure your home, make sure your car is safe and take precautions if you are holding a fireworks party.

Floods have pushed up the cost of home insurance, says the AA

AA says car insurance falling but home insurance costs rise

The AA's quarterly Shoparound Insurance Index reports an average fall of 2.9 per cent in car insurance in the last quarter but home insurance is rising due to flood risk.

Whiplash claims rise as accident levels fall, according to a new report

Birmingham is whiplash claim capital of UK

Birmingham has the top six postcodes for third party injury claims, according to a new report that shows whiplash claims are rising even as accident levels are falling.

The ABI is calling for reforms to reduce the car insurance risk for young drivers

ABI calls for radical reforms for drivers under 25

The Association of British Insurers says graduated driving licences should be introduced for young drivers with restrictions including a ban on night driving and an extended learning period.

Insurers say an investigation by the Competition Commission will lead to cheaper car insurance

Competition Commission inquiry will mean "cheaper" car insurance

The Association of British Insurers has said that it welcomes the Office of Fair Trading's decision to invoke a Competition Commission investigation into the car insurance sector.

The OFT is to launch an inquiry into car insurance

OFT launch Competition Commission inquiry into car insurance

The Office of Fair Trading is to launch an investigation by the Competition Commission into the UK car insurance sector after it found that the market is not working effectively for consumers.

How will the new gender ruling affect your car insurance?

Infographic: How has gender affected your car insurance?

MoneySupermarket has produced this interactive infographic that shows how much the new gender ruling that equalises car insurance payments affects you region-by-region in the UK.

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