Ever thought that your profession could affect the cost of your car insurance?
With many UK holidaymakers packing their bags and driving across the continent this half-term, Post Office Car Insurance reminds motorists to plan ahead, to ensure a safe and trouble-free trip.
With no vehicle tax to be paid and a subsidy from the Government when you buy one, electric cars have never been so appealing.
Lex Autolease, the UK's largest provider of fleet management solutions, increased its small and medium sized customer base by 22 per cent last year and is targeting further growth in this market.
Vehicle information provider, HPI, understands how confusing it can be for online used car shoppers to determine whether the vehicle they’re looking at online represents good value or not.
Young drivers stand to save an extra £201 (12.5 per cent) on the cost of their car insurance premiums if they opt for a telematics policy, according to analysis by MoneySupermarket.com.
The Co-operative Insurance has paid £6 million back into the pockets of young drivers since it launched its telematics insurance two years ago.
Car insurance premiums continue to fall according to the latest benchmark AA British Insurance premium Index, covering the first quarter of 2013.
Despite several leading supermarkets dropping fuel prices at the pumps, new research from leading vehicle remarketing company BCA, highlights that fuel costs remain a major concern for motorists.
Drivers paying for their car insurance each month, rather than once a year, could save £89 each - or £1.6 billion collectively as a nation - by switching to an annual payment, according to research by MoneySupermarket.
Drivers making a claim on their motor insurance policy, with an ‘unprotected' no claims discount (NCD), could see the cost of their premiums increase by as much as 30 per cent if they make a claim, according to research by MoneySupermarket.com.
The seventh-generation version of the iconic Volkswagen Golf GTI, which was introduced at the Geneva International Motor Show in March, is now available to order in the UK, with prices starting at £25,845 on the road – just £195 more than the previous model despite substantial enhancements.
More than a million cash-strapped motorists are driving on Britain’s roads with accident-damaged vehicles, new research suggests.
“Clocking” – otherwise known as illegitimately adjusting a vehicle’s mileage - has been practiced by dodgy used car sellers for many years as a means to make extra money.
The Transport Committee has announced another inquiry into whiplash injury, calling for evidence on reducing the number and costs of whiplash claims.
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