Car insurance costs fell 12.5 per cent in the last three months of 2013, compared with the previous year. Gemma Stanbury, head of car insurance at Confused.com, explains why in this video.
Almost one in five drivers will consider getting a 'black box' fitted in their car when they next renew their insurance, new research suggests.
Figures published this week show a new gender divide has opened up over car insurance prices.
Telematics is a recent development in car insurance that lets good drivers be rewarded with lower premiums. Our short video explains how it works and how it could save you money.
Would you share your personal data gathered by a smartphone app with insurers in return for cheaper life or car cover? 68 per cent of UK adults say yes.
Parents of new motorists face bills of almost £5,000 before their child is even qualified to drive, a new report suggests.
Telematics is relatively new to the insurance industry, and it can help drivers young and old cut the cost of their premiums by proving they are good drivers. But how does it work? And where else is the technology used?
Do you think some of your relatives might be paying too much for their car insurance? And what can you do about it?
Is claiming on your car insurance always a good idea? Find out the pros and cons here.
An increasing number of car insurers are offering it, but would you have “black box” technology fitted in your car to assess your driving skills?
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