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  • Proposals target whiplash fraud

    Is it any wonder the UK has been labelled the whiplash capital of Europe when 1,500 people are said to claim for whiplash injury following a car accident every single day?

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 13 March 2013

  • How a 'quick pint' could cost you £50,000

    The Department for Transport’s anti drink-driving initiatives have undergone a constant refinement and reinforcement over the last 30 years, and have played their part in cutt

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 13 March 2013

  • Euro car rules: Good for boys, bad for girls

    Women are bearing the brunt of the ECJ Gender Directive – paying as much as 15% more than before it came in, despite being safer drivers than men.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 13 March 2013

  • It is time for telematics car insurance?

    Telematics – or ‘black box’ – insurance is mushrooming into a major part of the car insurance market.

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 08 March 2013

  • Why you should never be ‘sold’ home insurance

    Sometimes we buy things because they’re right in front of us – it’s why supermarkets put all those sweets and goodies at the checkout.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 06 March 2013

  • Will Safe Young Drivers save on car cover?

    Young drivers could see the cost of their car insurance cut by up to 20% if the government introduces full proposals to improve young driver safety, as outlined by the Associa

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 05 March 2013

  • Cut out the compensation culture for cheaper car insurance

    In exactly a month’s time new legislation is due to take effect that will not only dramatically change the way in which personal injury claims are handled, but also how costs

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 01 March 2013

  • New car? Spend less on cover

    As the British weather becomes ever more unpredictable, the arrival of spring is not so much heralded by the blooming of snowdrops and daffodils as the sprouting of traffic co

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 28 February 2013

  • How to make £300 in 10 minutes

    Phrases like ‘earn £300 in 10 minutes’ are usually found taped to lampposts at roundabouts, or in dodgy sidebar advertisements online – but when it comes to renewing your car

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 21 February 2013

  • My week with an LPG car

    As petrol prices look set to soar again, it’s time to consider ways in which we can cut our motoring costs. The tried and trusted methods of ridding your car of excess baggage

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 14 February 2013

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