Monthly Archives: April 2013

What Is Happening With Car Insurance Premiums?

It is now several months since the EU Gender Directive came into force back on 21 December 2012 so it would be useful to look at how this has impacted on car insurance premiums. Recent research by Towers Watson and … Continue reading

Switching To Annual Car Insurance Premiums Could Save You Money

You probably think that most people pay their car insurance premiums on a monthly basis by direct debit. In fact, you would be wrong in making that assumption as, apparently, just less than 48% choose to do so meaning that … Continue reading

Couple Jailed For Car Insurance Fraud

Gagik Manucharyan, aged 40 from Cyprus, and Elina Jaksone aged 36 from Latvia have both been jailed for a large car insurance fraud that provided them with a lavish lifestyle. They purported to arrange cheap car insurance for numerous clients … Continue reading

Call For Support For Elderly Drivers Over Car Insurance

According to campaigners for the elderly, older drivers are being refused the opportunity to drive their cars based upon their age rather than their risk. It should be noted that car insurance companies are under no obligation to provide car … Continue reading

How To Reduce Your Car Insurance Premiums

In the current financial climate, here in the United Kingdom, many people would jump at the chance of reducing their bills. You will be pleased to hear that this may be possible with your car insurance premiums so let’s have … Continue reading