Tag Archives: ABI

Average Motor Insurance Claims Hit All Time High

Motorists may be interested to read that, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI), the average amount of a claim on a motor insurance policy is now £3,106. This is the highest that it has ever been. Why should … Continue reading

Government Bill Mentions Insurance For Self-Driven Cars

As you may be aware the testing of self-drive cars is taking place in a number of locations in the UK. Many car insurance companies will no doubt have been looking at how they will be going to insure such … Continue reading

ABI Suggests Ways To Possibly Lower Car Insurance Premiums

An awful lot of motorists have seen their car insurance premiums increase in the last year or so. In a document entitled “Lifting The Bonnet On Car Insurance” produced by the Association of British Insurers (ABI), one of the areas … Continue reading

Will Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) Rise Again?

On average, car insurance premiums rose by quite a sizeable sum last year. In fact, just in the final quarter of 2015, such premiums went up by an average of 7% according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI). Part … Continue reading

ABI’s Motor Insurance Claims Statistics

Millions of car owners have motor insurance notwithstanding the fact that, for some, this will be because it is a legal requirement to do so unless your vehicle is declared SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification) and kept off the public … Continue reading

Large Number Of Fraudulent Motor Insurance Applications

According to research carried out by the Association of British Insurers (ABI), there are a huge number of motorists providing fraudulent information when applying for motor insurance. Needless to say, this is a regrettable situation. You may be surprised to … Continue reading

Car Insurer Believes Whiplash Injuries Could Be Reduced

AXA’s car insurance arm are of the opinion that whiplash claim numbers can be reduced by hundreds of thousands if cars were fitted with improved head restraints and seats. Research undertaken by AXA with Thatcham, the motor research organisation, revealed … Continue reading