Motorists in west England see the largest premium increases
Drivers in west England have seen larger increases than in any other area, with premiums increasing by 12% (£53) compared with last year.
Within that region, it's particularly bad news for motorists in Bath, who've seen an annual price increase of 14.7% (£60).
Compared to last quarter, drivers in parts of Scotland haven’t fared well at all. Those in the Hebrides face a quarterly increase of 20.3% (£92), the highest quarterly price rise since the price index first started in 2006.
Only three areas have bucked the trend of increasing prices. West central London, Shetland and Sunderland saw an annual price drop of 5.4% (£47), 2.8% (£13) and 0.3% (£2) respectively.
The most expensive areas for car insurance in the UK
Inner London is still home to the most expensive comprehensive cover in the UK. The average price here is £1,016, which is a £48 increase on the previous quarter.