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.
Bennetts, the UK Bike Insurance Specialist, has this week extended its insurance offering to now include cover for classic motorcycles online.
One-in-five Brits (20 per cent) believe the nervous Great Dane Scooby-Doo is the greatest canine or feline movie character of all time, according to research from Direct Line pet insurance.
Post Office has introduced a ‘Quick Quote and Buy' home insurance service reducing the time it takes get a quote. In branch Financial Specialists will be on hand to guide customers through the process and provide a quote within two minutes.
With no vehicle tax to be paid and a subsidy from the Government when you buy one, electric cars have never been so appealing.
Nearly half of British holidaymakers believe the EHIC gives them free emergency medical care anywhere in Europe and nearly 1 in 10 believe cardholders get free medical repatriation.
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.
Halifax Home Insurance is warning Britons to keep safe when out and about to avoid being targeted, as figures released yesterday by the Office for National Statistics showed that pickpocketing increased by 8% in the year ending December 2012.
Householders embarking on a home improvement project this May bank holiday are being urged to check their insurance cover to avoid stumping up thousands of pounds to fix DIY disasters.
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.
The rate of claims being made for contents theft from British homes is on the decline, and is reflected in lower premiums for homeowners, according to analysis of over 5.8 million home insurance quotes run on MoneySupermarket.
Women across Britain are undervaluing the amount they are worth and failing to safeguard their families' financial futures by placing a much lower monetary value on their lives compared to men, according to figures from Scottish Provident.
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.
One in six (17%) people in the UK (or eight million) are operating as an ‘online business from home', specifically purchasing goods to resell, or making their own products to sell for profit, according to research from Direct Line for Business ("DL4B").
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