Banks have agreed to cut fees imposed on holidaymakers following an investigation by a government watchdog.
Last year was tough for drivers: more price rises, a few law changes and big headlines for the car-insurance industry. So will 2012 be just as eventful? We look at what’s coming up and how it might affect you.
Giving your insurer the correct information when buying your motor insurance policy is vital if you want to avoid leaving yourself underinsured. Misunderstanding an insurers’ question could leave you without valid insurance when you need it most.
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The government has announced plans to cut the bureaucracy facing motorists by phasing out the need to own an insurance certificate or paper driving licence.
Motorists leaving their cars to warm up this winter risk being left out in the cold as thieves target vehicles left unattended in this way, warn insurers.
Government watchdog the Office of Fair Trading has launched an investigation into the soaring price of car insurance.
The next few weeks is one of the busiest times of year for burglars who will be attempting to get their hands on their own wish-list of Christmas must-haves. Make sure your home is not a target.
Young women aged 20 could see their motor insurance premiums rise by as much as 11 per cent next year, new research has revealed.
When you renew or take out home insurance, make sure you tell your insurer everything you think could affect the policy, because slip-ups could be costly.
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