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Tuesday 26th July 2011

 Drivers prefer informative technology over all other forms of traffic calming, according to a recent poll by Be Wiser insurance. 

The most popular methods of traffic calming are informative technologies
Be Wiser Insurance
Press Releases
Tuesday 26th July 2011

 A recent Be Wiser Insurance poll found that over two thirds (68%) of parents find the increased congestion on the road to be the biggest issue during the school summer

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Car Insurance
Sunday 24th July 2011

Everyday countless UK drivers are delayed and frustrated by roadworks. Sometimes it is only a minor pothole repair and the disruption is gone the following day, however, many roadworks seem

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Car Insurance
Thursday 21st July 2011

It is a common belief among motorists of all ages and types that they are good drivers and that it is other people who are at fault. In reality it

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 19th July 2011

For many couples, even those with children, the weekend away can be a special, much looked forward to treat. Unfortunately for many motorists taking the car on a romantic getaway

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 19th July 2011

Many drivers have taken the car to work whilst feeling a little under the weather and usually this is acceptable. However, it seems that many motorists are getting behind the

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Press Releases
Monday 11th July 2011
Did you know that bills for a heart attack in Spain could cost you around £35,000 if not covered by your travel insurance? Or two days in intensive care in the USA can cost £5,000?
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Car Insurance
Monday 11th July 2011

With the recent harsh winters and hot summers the country’s road are increasing falling victim to potholes. The road surface is frozen and heated which causes it to expand and

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Car Insurance
Thursday 7th July 2011

Despite being an incredibly unpopular issue the government is still considering introducing road charges. However, their calculations have shown that some of the revenue generated may be used to give