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Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Friday 27th November 2009

Motorists in the UK would rather have smooth and well-maintained roads than a plethora of new car toys according to a poll published by car insurance experts Be Wiser Insurance.

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 24th November 2009

Car insurance firms are rejecting around a thousand claims a year because they say motorists are lying in an effort to cut policy costs.

‘Fronting’ happens when a young person

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 23rd November 2009

 The AA have revealed that UK motorists are suffering a fuel price postcode lottery, with some paying up to £4.50 more than needed each time they fill up their tank.

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Home Insurance
Friday 20th November 2009

Many families and homes are destroyed each year due to horrific house fires, but by ensuring that you make regular and thorough checks, you can make sure that you, your

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Thursday 19th November 2009

British divers are no strangers to driving in poor weather conditions, yet despite this a large number of road traffic accidents still occur when it has been raining.

Many car

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Tuesday 17th November 2009

The Governments scrappage scheme may end up not only making British roads safer but could make car insurance cheaper, according to insurance experts Be Wiser Insurance.

Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 16th November 2009

Motorists should check car windscreens and wipers for wear and tear and replace them if necessary as driving conditions worsen in the winter months.

Winter can be bad news for

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Thursday 12th November 2009

The 11.4% rise in new car sales provides the most compelling evidence so far that the market is recovering from the depths reached in early 2009 and that the Government’s

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Wednesday 11th November 2009

Learner drivers are known for being a higher risk to insurers; statistics show that newly qualified drivers under 23 are far more likely to be involved in a serious accident