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Monday 31st October 2011

Young male drivers are the worst offenders when it comes to getting behind the wheel without car insurance, it has been claimed. According to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), this particular group of uninsured people clock up some 3.7 million hours a month on the UK's roads.

Thursday 27th October 2011

One in ten motorists have changed their vehicle to a more efficient one in an attempt to keep motoring costs down according to a recent poll conducted by Be Wiser Insurance.

Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:

Thursday 27th October 2011

With energy bills predicted to be especially high this year, Be Wiser Insurance are warning bill payers that cutting corners can end up costing more money.

Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:

Tuesday 25th October 2011

Commercial and personal drivers with diesel engines should have greater support from the government on diesel pricing, it has been argued.

Monday 24th October 2011

A mind-reading computer programme, developed by Cambridge and MIT scientists, could help reduce car insurance premiums.

Wednesday 19th October 2011

Many drivers say that they feel safer when behind the wheel of their car than when travelling by train, plane or ferry, despite being substantially more likely to die.

Tuesday 18th October 2011

Whether it is brand new or used, the feeling you get when you have purchased a new car can be great. It might seem that men would demonstrate more selfish when it comes to sharing but that is not the case.

Monday 17th October 2011

Some new superminis are easy targets for thieves, according to a survey by Which? Despite their green and economic reputation these small cars could cost more in insurance payments due to break-ins.

Tuesday 11th October 2011

New research has revealed that white vehicles have a lower risk of being involved in collisions than others, according to the Royal Automobile Club Foundation.

Sunday 9th October 2011

European driver habits are being shaped by high fuel prices, with motorists reconsidering the benefits of multi-litre fuel guzzlers.

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