Thursday 26th June 2008
Be Wiser Insurance

Switching from a car to a motorcycle is a viable option for a number of females looking to sidestep the credit crunch, new research has indicated.

According to the Post Office, some 14 per cent of women who drive would change their mode of transport in order to cut costs.

This follows on from a study by the Motorcycle Consumer Research Unit of the University of Hull which found that one in five females would switch from four wheels to two.

It could be that the change results in cheaper car insurance, road tax or congestion charges.

This week, the Southport Visiter reported that a motorbike-mad couple in the area married in a way in-keeping with their passion.

Guy Griffiths arrived at the church on Saturday to marry Janet Graham in style, driving in on his motorcycle.

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