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Car Insurance
Monday 2nd February 2009

In addition to making sure they have the best possible car insurance policy, motorists can take other precautions to protect themselves in the current wintry weather, it has been suggested.According

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Tuesday 27th January 2009

Drivers have been urged to consider a tyre's quality rather than price after tests showed cheaper products do not perform as well in wet weather. Autocar's senior tester Jamie Corstorphine

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Car Insurance
Sunday 18th January 2009

Officers with the Highways Agency in Cumbria have been praised by regional police for their quick response to a number of winter-driving related incidents last year.Bad weather caused a series

Be Wiser Insurance
Car Insurance
Thursday 15th January 2009

Motorists planning on driving to ski resorts across Europe this year are being encouraged to cut their chances of having to make a car insurance claim by checking their tyres

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Car Insurance
Thursday 8th January 2009

With the Met Office issuing hazardous road condition warnings, Land Rover may offer a good choice of vehicles for motorists keen to avoid a car insurance claim this winter, it

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Car Insurance
Wednesday 7th January 2009

People who do not want to start the new year being forced to make a car insurance claim need to be on their guard against vehicle thieves, it has been

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 6th January 2009

The number of car insurance customers buying Kia models in 2008 may not have been too badly affected by the credit crunch, if new figures are anything to go by.According

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Car Insurance
Tuesday 6th January 2009

Motorists need to be more cautious when taking to the road in wintry weather conditions if they want to avoid a car insurance claim, it has been suggested.The vehicle rental

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Car Insurance
Thursday 1st January 2009

A record number of car insurance customers may end up stranded next Monday, it has been claimed.The Environmental Transport Association (ETA) warned as many as three million drivers could experience