Car Insurance

Car insurance has fallen by £52 year-on-year

Average cost of car insurance has fallen by £52

There’s good news for drivers, as the average cost of car insurance has fallen by £52 (6%) year-on-year, in the steepest price drop seen in two years.

Drivers in the UK can now expect to pay £763 for their car insurance when buying a new policy, on average.

This is the cheapest that prices have been since early 2019. That’s according to the latest car insurance price index...

The police force pay the cheapest car insurance premiums

It’s a fair cop! Police pay lowest insurance premiums

Members of the police force pay the cheapest car insurance premiums for insuring their personal vehicles, according to new data from a leading UK motoring insurance comparison website.

Quotezone.co.uk found annual premiums for police professionals come in at an average of £489. The next lowest premiums, by profession, are for ministers of religion, £547 and driving instructors , at £...

Most asked questions on electric vehicles in the last 12 months

Over 80,00 Brits want to know the cost of insuring an electric car

In a bid to slash the UK’s carbon emissions, Boris Johnson has unveiled a £12 billion 10-point plan, which involves the banning of petrol and diesel car sales by 2030.

Raising concerns on whether the UK is ready for the rapid switch, experts around the country are questioning whether manufacturers will be able to supply enough vehicles to meet the demand, and whether there will be...

Almost half of Brits think the UK driving age limit should be raised

Almost half of Brits think the UK driving age limit should be raised

The UK driving theory test has recently undergone some major changes, as the existing written exam has now been replaced with a more visual approach, in a bid to make it more accessible and modern.

With driving tests frequently being updated, data from GOV.UK indicates theory test pass rates have plummeted in recent years, now at just 49.1 percent in comparison to 51.6 percent in...

 The cost of car insurance in the UK is now on a steadier trajectory

Car insurance costs accelerate after COVID slowdown

The temporary easing of coronavirus measures over the summer has brought with it some stability to motor premiums, according to research by data insight specialist Consumer Intelligence.

After tumbling 2.5% in the two months following lockdown in March, the cost of car insurance in the UK is now on a steadier trajectory – rising just 0.1% in the last three months.

However,...