Motorists in east and north-east Scotland see the largest premium increases
Drivers in in east and north-east Scotland have seen larger increases than in any other area, with premiums increasing by 5.9% (£24) compared with last quarter. Their prices have increased 9.2% (£36) annually - the highest increases of any region in the UK.
It's particularly bad news for motorists in Dundee, who've seen an annual price increase of 15.3% (£59). This tops the chart for price increases in UK cities.
The south and south-east of the UK are also seeing rising costs, with annual price increases of 6.9% (£31) and 7.2% (£34) respectively.
Some cities in the south have seen greater increases than others. In Bournemouth, drivers have seen their policies increase annually by 9.2% (£42). Just down the road, motorists in Southampton have seen price rises of 7.8% (£34) over the year.
Scottish Borders is the only UK region to experience decreases in prices this quarter. Premiums fell by 3.3% saving motorists £13.
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 £970, which is a £13 increase on the previous quarter.