Confused.com car insurance price index - by region

Motorists in the Scottish Borders see largest premium increases

Drivers in the Scottish Borders have seen larger increases than in any other area at the start of 2015, with premiums increasing by almost 3% (+£11) compared with the last quarter. 

When compared to last year, drivers in Harrogate have seen their prices rise by nearly 8% (+£35) - the biggest increase year-on-year. It’s not all doom and gloom – drivers in West Central London saw the largest price drop of all areas, both quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year. Their premiums are now at £797 from £921 in 2014 – a hefty drop of £124.
Top regional comprehensive insurance increases quarter-on-quarter in the UK Q4 2014

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The most expensive areas for car insurance in the UK

Inner London still has the most expensive premiums in the UK, where drivers are paying £957 on average. This is a £13 reduction on the previous quarter.

Five most expensive regions in the UK for comprehensive car insurance Q4 2014



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