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Aiming to reduce your car insurance? Here’s how!

Aiming to reduce your car insurance? Here’s how!

In Britain, it’s reported that there are over one million uninsured drivers on our roads, which in turn increases premiums for those who do insure their vehicles.

5 things taxi insurance will do for you

In the UK, taxi insurance is compulsory for taxi and private hire vehicles. You can’t operate the two with the standard car insurance policy, as it is among the key requirements you need to fulfil when applying for a licence.

Two in five travel insurance policies won’t protect holidaymakers from Flybmi failure

With the collapse of Flybmi over the weekend, independent financial information business Defaqto warns that over two-fifths of travel insurance policies offer no protection for airline failure leaving holidaymakers exposed.

All there is to know about Home Warranty

Are you a homeowner? We all desire to own our dream home. A peaceful haven away from our hectic lives. A home is the ultimate financial investment and source of accomplishment.

Natural disasters in the UK

In the UK, with our climate, we’re not naturally thinking about natural disasters all the time! We take a look here though at how Brits can prepare for, and then recover from, various types of disasters which can all prove very problematic

A guide to choosing car insurance

When it comes to motoring, there are few areas as important as insurance. Motor in-surance is a legal requirement but it could also save you an enormous sum if you were to get involved in some kind of accident. Here is all you need to know about choosing car insurance.

The mistake of not looking into critical illness insurance until it’s too late

It seems like there’s always one extra thing to think about with regards to your job and future financial security in today’s world, and no matter how hard you might try to cover all your bases, something will always slip past.

Brits Abroad: an insight to injuries and insurance

The ABTA Holiday Habits report 2017 stated that the number of people travelling abroad on holiday increased from 55% to a high of 57%.

Car and home insurance premiums tumble

The average Shoparound price for an annual comprehensive car insurance policy is slightly less than it was a year ago, while the average combined home buildings and contents policy quote has also fallen over the first quarter of 2018 according to the latest AA British Insurance Premium Index.

Co-op reports 57% increase in motor incidents

Co-op Insurance has reported a 57% increase in motor accidents and incidents on Wednesday 28 February, when compared with the previous week (21 Feb), due to the current weather conditions across the UK.

How to get the most from your car insurance claim

After being involved in a car accident, getting back on the road is a big priority for most people. If you’re feeling ready to get behind the wheel again or need your car back to get to work or school, getting your car repaired or replaced as quickly as possible is essential.

Travel insurance provider cuts cancer rates

AllClear has become the first travel insurance provider to cut its premiums for those diagnosed with major cancers; including bowel cancer and lymphoma.

Relying on an EHIC to cover your winter holiday mishaps could leave you with a mountain of medical bills

Thousands of British skiers and snowboarders are heading to Europe this winter to get their annual fix of downhill thrills.

Nearly half put their Christmas shopping at risk in the car

With shoppers set to spend nearly £700 in total on Christmas this year - £100 more than last year - M&S Bank is encouraging motorists to check their car insurance before heading out Christmas shopping, ensuring the gifts they’ve purchased aren’t at risk from opportunistic thieves this festive season.

Insurance premium tax costing young drivers £165 a year

Young drivers are being disproportionately punished by the high level of insurance premium tax (IPT), making the cost of getting on road prohibitive to many 17 – 24-year olds, according to new research by comparethemarket.com.