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Auto Insurance News: Big Brother Is Watching UK Drivers

Drones, surveillance cameras, satellites and tracking devices are nothing new. Yet, many motorists hate the idea that the government could be using these tools to spy on its own citizens. That is exactly what’s happening in the UK right now. The Plan This spring, the British Government announced a proposal to use a license recognition…

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Young Drivers and UK Car Insurance Rates

Recent legislation enforced by the European Court of Justice means that there will no longer be a significant difference in policy prices between men and women. However, young drivers will still be penalised with expensive car insurance rates because of the damning accident statistics that relate to teenage driving. Young drivers in the UK do…

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Why Do UK Drivers use Price Comparison Websites?

Take a look through the typical British High Street, and it’s not too difficult to see some of the major changes that have happened over the past 10 to 15 years. Economic crisis, consumer spending habits and changing customer demands have seen many traditional shopping outlets closing for good. One of the most notable absentees…

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Undercovered Costs on your UK Car Insurance (Part Two)

Monthly Premium Interest Some road users find that it’s more convenient to pay for their annual premiums by monthly direct debit, especially if a car insurance package is expensive to begin with. Some car insurance companies offer free monthly payments and never charge any interest for direct debit facilities. However, others carriers can charge out…

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Undercovered Costs on your UK Car Insurance (Part One) (250 Words)

Many motorists believe it’s easier to choose car insurance based on a factor of price. They use Internet comparison websites to see which company offers the lowest premium for their personal circumstances, make a payment then sit back to enjoy compete peace of mind while thinking about how they are going to spend that lovely…

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Uninsured Motorists in the UK

Uninsured motorists are growing in number and are fast becoming one of the biggest menaces on UK roads systems. As well as carrying no form of financial liability when they are involved in road traffic accidents, uninsured motorists are also responsible for rising car insurance rates. Because car insurance is a legal obligation throughout the…

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UK Car Insurance Blackspots (Part Two)

National Figures Rural areas usually enjoy cheaper car insurance than major towns and cities. Even if you live in a small town with below-average levels of vehicle crime, your premiums can still be expensive if the rate and value of accident claims within your locale continue to increase. So where do UK motorists pay the most for car…

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