Both men & women see car insurance price increases in Q4 2015, with the gender divide widening
Both men and women have seen average rises of 15% (£62) and 11% (£92), respectively, in 2015 compared to last year.
The last quarter of the year (Q4 2015) saw a price jump of 8% for men, and 6% for women. As a result, the average male premium now stands at £708, and £627 among female drivers.
Young women (aged 17-20) have taken the smallest quarterly and yearly increases in premium, of 3% and 4% respectively. This brings their average premium up to £1,558 for Q4 2015, from £1,512 in Q3.