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Friday 30th April 2010

Buying a second hand car privately can pose certain risks say Be Wiser Insurance.

With typically three times as many used cars being sold compared to new registrations buying privately

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Wednesday 28th April 2010

Motorcyclists seem to be shaking of their “speed junkie” stereotype according to a poll by insurance experts Be Wiser Insurance.

Only 3% of motorists believe motorcyclists pose the most risk

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 27th April 2010

Rewording a person's job description could result in them picking up savings when it comes to their car insurance premium, it has been claimed.

According to a well known comparison

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 27th April 2010

The south Gloucestershire town of Yate has successfully campaigned for the removal of much-hated speed humps that had plagued the lives of locals. The decision to install the humps was

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 27th April 2010

One in five couples bring their relationship to an abrupt end following an argument at the wheel research conducted by Kia has claimed. In an attempt to reverse these gloomy

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 27th April 2010

The government is to massively expand the nation's network of speed cameras into 20mph residential areas as an alternative to speed bumps. The new cameras will cover entry and exit

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Sunday 25th April 2010

Drivers in the UK rate listening to music in their vehicle more highly than a festival experience or mp3 player, new research from a top automaker has found. Vauxhall Motors

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Car Insurance
Wednesday 21st April 2010

Nearly one in five driver details held by the Drivers Vehicle Licensing Agency are incorrect, a Conservative MP has claimed. The Shadow transport secretary claimed that around 18 per cent

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 19th April 2010

The RAC Foundation has praised younger drivers for their "good effort" in improving their safety on the road, but also said they must try harder to reduce the number of