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Press Releases
Monday 29th November 2010

The UK has got a bad record for dealing with snowfall over recent years and with parts of the UK on severe weather warnings this week it is understandable that

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Monday 29th November 2010
Less than one in four (24%) of British home owners believe their personal details are the most valuable thing in their home, according to a recent poll conducted by Be
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Car Insurance
Sunday 28th November 2010

Businessmen and women looking to cut their motoring bills should consider whether their journeys are necessary before getting in the car, a new report suggests.

According to a leading online

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Car Insurance
Sunday 21st November 2010

A number of drivers in the UK would be happy to go green in the future, it has been claimed. Research from EDF Energy has found that more than 17.5

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Car Insurance
Thursday 18th November 2010

A number of truck drivers in the UK are not checking their vehicles before heading out on journeys, it has been claimed. Fluid top-ups and daily safety assessments are being

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 16th November 2010

If a serious accident were to take place on Britain's roads, more than half of drivers would not know what to do, it has been claimed.

Research from a well

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Car Insurance
Wednesday 10th November 2010

A road safety charity has described the recent government statistics on hit and run incidents as "shocking".

Responding to the figures which revealed that hit and run deaths have continued

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 9th November 2010

A company car driver is more likely to be caught speeding than committing any other road offence, it has been reported.

Recent research from GE Fleet Services shows that more

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Car Insurance
Monday 8th November 2010

Police officers are choosing to take unnecessary risks during high-speed chases, according to the sector watchdog. The Independent Police Complaints Commissions (IPCC) has suggested in a recent report that a