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Posted: 25/5/2008

Motorists Feel Pressured to Admit Crash Liability

New research by Norwich Union has revealed that as many as 19% of UK motorists involved in a crash have felt under pressure by the other party to admit liability. What's more, in 71% of cases, the cause of the crash wasn't actually their fault.

The study surveyed more than 1500 drivers and also found that 40% of respondents had suffered post-traumatic Full Story


Posted: 24/5/2008

Over 1 Million Motorists Admit to Uninsured Driving

Research from Sainsburys Car Insurance has revealed that a staggering 1.15 million motorists have admitted to driving a car without being insured to do so in the last 12 months. Of these, almost 40% were aged between 17-24 and a further 22% aged 25- 34.

Penalties for driving illegally without insurance include hefty fines, a lengthy ban from driving and even having your vehicle seized and crushed. Figures from The Association of British Insurers show that the cost of uninsured Full Story


Posted: 23/5/2008

A Third of Drivers Would Lie to Ensure a Successful Claim

One third of UK drivers would rather commit fraud than risk an unsuccessful car insurance claim.

This shocking revelation was the result of research carried out by the price comparison site moneysupermarket.com which asked motorists what they would do if their car was stolen because they had failed to secure it properly. Only 36% said they would own up and tell their insurer the truth, Full Story


Posted: 22/5/2008

Government Not Doing Enough to Tackle Uninsured Drivers

The Chief Executive of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) has criticised the Government for being too slow in creating legislation to tackle the problem of uninsured driving on Britain's roads.

Speaking at the associations annual conference, Eric Galbraith called on the Government to accelerate the process and to fund publicity to raise awareness of the dangers of uninsured driving.

Victims of uninsured driving are responsible for 35,000 claims Full Story


Posted: 20/5/2008

UK Drivers Risk Breaking the Law Due to Insurance Assumptions

A survery by the internet-only insurer Swiftcover car insurance has revealed that thousands of UK motorists risk breaking the law because they are unaware of what their car insurance policy does and doesn't cover them for.

The research found that UK drivers are very confused about the benefits on their policies and could be unwittingly committing a criminal offence by making false Full Story



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