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Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Monday 28th February 2011

Making drivers take regular training courses could help to cut the number of accidents on the UK's roads, according to a road safety expert.

Figures compiled by the Department for

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Wednesday 23rd February 2011

Continuing growth in business has led to Be Wiser Insurance opening a third new office in Andover, Hampshire in under 4 years.

On Friday 25th February 2011, Leader of the

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Monday 21st February 2011

Be Wiser Insurance has once again asked motorists how they are keeping the costs of motoring down in the wake of rising petrol prices.

Nearly a third (27%) of motorists

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Sunday 20th February 2011

When the worst happens and your car is involved in a collision with another vehicle that last thing you need to hear is that the other driver has no car

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Thursday 17th February 2011

A quarter of motorists in the UK risk their car insurance policy by withholding information from the companies providing them with cover, it has been reported.

Research from Confused.com stated

Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Thursday 17th February 2011

Three quarters (77%) of British motorists would support traffic lights being turned off, according to a recent poll conducted by Be Wiser Insurance.

Most agree with switching traffic lights

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Wednesday 16th February 2011

Motorists in the UK who take to the road without cover cost innocent drivers more than £30 per year in car insurance, it has been claimed.

According to figures from

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 15th February 2011

Thousands of company car drivers may be towing caravans this year unaware of whether their car insurance fully covers them, it has been reported. As the recession sees more and

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Sunday 13th February 2011

Motorists are around 300 per cent more susceptible to dying in a rural traffic collision than they would be on a city street, according to new research. Statistics from the