Brits need to get a bit more creative when it comes to hiding valuables from possible thieves, according to research from Confused.com.
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.
Customers purchasing an annual travel insurance policy with Direct Line, between now and the end of April 2013, will receive a completely free night away at a UK hotel for themselves and someone special.
Britons who took more than one holiday in 2012 could have collectively saved themselves an estimated £195 million had they purchased one annual travel insurance policy instead of multiple single trip policies, according to research from Sainsbury's Bank Travel Insurance.
A surge in last-minute single trip travel insurance sales suggests that Brits are looking for the warmth that will be absent on these shores this Easter.
Homeowners leaving their homes exposed in spring time face daylight robbery as opportunist thieves cash in on the clocks going forward.
With the growing use of expensive electronic items - including laptops, mobile phones and tablets - it is important for people to consider insuring their gadgets.
A study by AXA Business Insurance among small business owners reveals that insurance fraud is a real issue with one in three admitting they have inflated, or would inflate a claim while one in ten would bend the truth when applying for a policy.
Families jetting off for an Easter getaway should check the levels of cover offered by their travel insurance, and not just opt for the cheapest policy available, warns MoneySupermarket.
More than a million cash-strapped motorists are driving on Britain’s roads with accident-damaged vehicles, new research suggests.
The Transport Committee has announced another inquiry into whiplash injury, calling for evidence on reducing the number and costs of whiplash claims.
Young female motorists have witnessed their car insurance premiums soar by 14.9 per cent as a result of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on gender pricing which came into force in December, according to MoneySupermarket.
Many travellers are anxious about or indeed consciously fail to declare pre-existing medical conditions to travel insurance companies, worrying that it will dramatically increase the premiums, they might have to limit the length of their trip or destination or even be refused travel insurance.
There are 6.8 million (14 per cent) UK residents living unofficially in other people's homes, according to research from Direct Line home insurance.
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