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Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Thursday 29th October 2009

It has been revealed that trendy supersized handbags are becoming a threat to the safety of women motorists.

Female drivers spend an average of 416 hours in a lifetime rummaging

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Monday 26th October 2009

Motorists are changing their driving habits for the better due to the recession, a poll conducted by car insurance specialists www.bewiser.co.uk indicates. The poll shows nearly a quarter (24%) of

Be Wiser Insurance
Motorbike Insurance
Monday 26th October 2009

Research has found that 5 million motorists have eyesight which is so bad they are a hazard on the road and to other motorists.

The current UK rules regarding eyesight

Be Wiser Insurance
Motorbike Insurance
Friday 23rd October 2009

According to motorcycle accident statistics last year, 21,550 motorcyclists were reported casualties on UK roads. Of these unfortunate incidents, 6,049 motorcyclists were killed or seriously injured.

Motorcycling is an increasingly

Be Wiser Insurance
Van Insurance
Wednesday 21st October 2009

The ongoing credit crunch crisis has meant that many people in the UK are cutting back on their spending resulting in reduced number of people taking out car insurance, according

Be Wiser Insurance
Van Insurance
Tuesday 20th October 2009

A new study has revealed that high heels are making driving dangerous for over 12 million women.

The survey revealed that 80% of female motorists wear improper footwear while driving.

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Wednesday 14th October 2009

According to statistics, drivers under the age of 25 and over 75 are the most dangerous motorists on the road. Each year, they are involved in more car accidents than

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Tuesday 13th October 2009

In the midst of a recession it may not seem the best time to buy a new car. However, insurance experts Be Wiser suggests now may be the best time

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 12th October 2009

A surprising 30% of UK drivers give false information to car insurance companies.

Depending on the severity of the bogus information that is given, the applicant could end up blacklisted