Monday 17th December is the worst day of the year for car crashes, according to claims data from The Co-operative Insurance.
With a week to go until the European Court of Justice ruling on gender equality comes into effect, new figures from comparison site Gocompare.com reveal that women's car insurance premiums have started to rise.
M&S Bank is urging motorists to check their car insurance policy before they hit the shops this Christmas, with seasonal shopping trips expected to put the value of vehicle contents at around £263 per trip, which could be put at risk if left in an underinsured car.
Vauxhall Motors is the first major motor manufacturer to embrace telematics car insurance in a deal with Ageas and ingenie, offering cover for 17 - 25 years olds when they purchase a car from a Vauxhall dealership.
Safe drivers could save up to 20% on their comprehensive car insurance by using Aviva's driver behavioural app which has launched on the Google Play app store following successful testing.
The ‘Crash for Cash’ phenomenon sees criminal gangs deliberately causing crashes with innocent motorists and faking accidents across the UK to make fraudulent insurance claims.
The Co-operative Insurance has thrown a lifeline to young female motorists who are likely to see their insurance increase as a result of the Gender Directive, by doubling the discount they can get through the Young Driver telematics scheme.
Vauxhall has teamed up with young driver insurance specialist ingenie. The partnership could provide 17 to 25 year-old Vauxhall drivers, of both new and used cars, with more affordable insurance and the benefits of ingenie’s black box technology, which acts as a co-pilot.
British roads are set to become a man's world, with one in four women (24%) priced off the roads when a new EU law comes into force on the 21st December, according to new research by uSwitch.com.
The latest MoneySupermarket Monitor on Car Insurance shows the downward trend in car insurance pricing continued over the summer of 2012, with average annual premiums now standing at £456, a fall of 6.4 per cent.
More than a quarter of Brits (26%) are unaware that their car insurance premiums will soon be affected by a European gender ruling, according to AA Insurance.
Dayinsure, in partnership with Aviva, the UK’s largest insurer, has launched a short term motor insurance solution for people learning to drive.
Drivers taking risks behind the wheel to save money could end up in a costly jam as well as breaking the law.
Motorists are prepared to pull the wool over their insurers' eyes to make a fraudulent claim on their car insurance, according to MoneySupermarket.com.
Car insurance has plummeted by £360 (13.6%) for drivers aged 17-20, but 2013 could see dramatic price rises after this December’s EU gender ruling.
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