In the wake of a reported £215m having been paid out by banks for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), it’s clear that we don’t like paying for things we don’t need, and car insurance is no exception.
You may not know this but your bank can dip into your accounts to settle credit card or loan payments, without your permission.
New industry figures show an overall drop in complaints made against Britain’s leading energy suppliers.
If anything goes wrong with a financial product or service you pay for, it’s up to the supplier to put things right. If they don't, there's help out there. We tell you which bodies can deal with your complaint.
Motor lawyer Jeanette Miller says that escaping a speeding conviction through a legal loophole is not as easy as the press makes it sound.
The police released new figures this month that showed a 15 per cent increase in the number of drivers aged 25 or below testing positive for drink-driving or refusing to take a breath test.
A new rule will see the cost of financial advice become more transparent from 2013. However, it could mean some people pay more than they need to for years to come. Find out what’s going on.
Break the speed limit on your travels and your vehicle could be confiscated. We look Europe’s strict driving laws and what you need to be aware of so you don't end up with a fine or points on your licence.
Insurance companies will honour claims made on home and motor insurance policies for damage incurred in the riots that are sweeping England, it has been confirmed.
It pays to check insurance policy small print to see how much it can cost if you need to make a claim.
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