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Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Wednesday 28th July 2010

Three law lords have backed a truck driver prosecuted for obstructing the police because he warned other drivers of a speed trap. A Somerset court originally convicted the truck driver

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 20th July 2010

Car insurance customers who may be worried about financial pressures at the moment could benefit from car-sharing, it has been suggested.

Commute Smart Week was initiated by Work Wise UK,

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Tuesday 20th July 2010

Be Wiser Insurance are pleased to announce a major new initiative aimed at all UK motorcyclists. 

 
All motorcycle policies sold by Be Wiser will automatically include insurance to cover
Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 19th July 2010

A new advanced driving test has been launched purely for business drivers. Due to the amount of time people who drive for work spend at the wheel, they have accident

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Sunday 18th July 2010

An insurance body has commented that a cheap deal is not always the best option for people looking for home cover. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has stated that

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Thursday 15th July 2010

British car finance dealerships that have been handing out payment protection insurance (PPI) have been warned to make sure they are doing so in the correct and proper manner. The

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Wednesday 14th July 2010

SmartWater is being used by local police forces across the nation to ‘trap’ car thieves. The substance, which is forensically-encoded, enables stolen goods to be 'recognised' and recovered, as information

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 12th July 2010

More than a third of 16-19 year-olds have been passengers in cars being driven by an unlicensed driver, claims research from the Brake Road Safety Campaign and FedEx. The academy,

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 6th July 2010

A road crash is twice as likely to kill a boy as a girl, according to new statistics. The Department for Transport has carried out research which has found that