Tag Archives: DVLA

Uninsured Drivers Beware

Motorists are no doubt aware that it is a legal requirement that they must insure their vehicles for a minimum of third party cover unless it is declared SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification) and is kept off the public road … Continue reading

Online Driving License Data Could Result In Cheaper Car Insurance Premiums

Surely anything that can be done to help either contain or reduce car insurance premiums has got to be supported especially with so many struggling to pay their household bills. Therefore, it was great to hear some good news emanating … Continue reading

Over 200,000 Motorists Have Driven Without Car Insurance

The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has obtained information from the DVLA under a Freedom of Information (FOI) request about the number of uninsured drivers which makes startling reading. Apparently, there have been 226,803 motorists that have received points on … Continue reading

What is happening to the car insurance market?

Some insurance companies are increasing premiums whist others are reducing them to try to increase the number of customers on their books. Directly sold comprehensive car insurance policies for the average five cheapest premiums increased by 8.5% to £1,034 per … Continue reading