Car insurance premiums have increased by 20% in the last year. The increase looks to continue over the next year as insurers try to recoup the expenses of the recent financial meltdown.
Many recent home insurance claims have been made due to "beauty blunders", it has been asserted.
Research by Sheilas' Wheels found that cosmetic products and technology has caused an average of £153 of harm to British homes during the last 12-month period.
Motorists who do not want to jeopardise their cheap car insurance premiums may want to think twice before opting for cheap tyres.
A series of tests conducted by Autocar magazine have highlighted the potential shortfalls of such products.
Young drivers may find their insurance premiums are high, especially if they are male.
This is because many providers believe this type of motorist is more likely to be involved in an accident than other road users.
Once car insurance has been found, arranged and shelled out for, there can be a number of other things to keep in mind.
In particular, policyholders may want to sure they undertake a number of checks throughout the duration of the agreement to make sure it is not invalidated.
A gadget designed to reduce the likelihood of traffic accidents and subsequent car insurance claims recently received recognition from Toyota.
The manufacturer handed Gentex Corporation an Excellent Award in the Technology category for its SmartBeam device.
Most people may be aware that younger drivers attract higher insurance premiums, especially those that are male.
However, there are a number of ways to minimise how much must be shelled out, which can perhaps ensure the policy does not end up costing more than the car itself.
Although buying a classic car can be out of the price range of the majority of drivers' pockets, most could probably afford a day out at an attraction dedicated to vintage vehicles.
Cash-strapped motorists who are finding it hard to cover running costs such as car insurance, maintenance and road tax may be disappointed to find the proposed increase in fuel duty has gone ahead as planned.
Having car insurance is not just advised, it is required for all motorists who take to Britain's roads.
There are a number of ways of choosing a policy, with a wealth of providers to select from some exclusively online, others linked to each other.