Motorists in the south see the largest premium increases
Drivers in the south (central) have seen larger increases than in any other area of late, with premiums increasing by 3.9% (+£22) compared with the last quarter.
Looking back over the past year, motorists in London City have seen the biggest annual increase (3.3%) - a price rise worth a huge £81.
Motorists across the Midlands have seen their policies increase in price. Telford, in particular, had the biggest price rise - their policies have increased by 6.5%, adding £33 to their policy.
On the other side of the coin, drivers across Shetland and the Hebrides in Scotland will be celebrating their premiums reaching records lows since the car insurance price index began in 2006. Quarterly decreases of 8.1% and 10.1% respectively means that they now pay £451 and £438 for their policies.
The most expensive areas for car insurance in the UK
The most expensive premiums in the UK are still to be found in Inner London, where the average price comes in at £970 - a £13 increase on the previous quarter.