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Three-quarters of home and car insurance customers don’t bother to read the small print of their policies – and of those who do, less than a fifth say they understand the jargon.
The devil is often in the detail with business insurance – and eyesight tests for drivers are easy for an employer to overlook. Keeping a register of eyesight tests and results for drivers is a must for firms who could … Continue reading
Small businesses may be paying over the odds for insurance and even buying cover they don’t need, according to industry experts .Regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) claims many comparison sites and regulators have a conflict of interest when dealing … Continue reading
Most people would not believe the havoc wreaked by animals and children that end up in odd claims on home insurance. One insurance company has asked loss adjusters to put together details of their 10 most bizarre claims over the last … Continue reading
White van men do not deserve to be the butt of seemingly never ending jokes about selfish driving habits as they are not as bad behind the wheel as other motorists believe, says the RAC.
It’s often said the devil is in the detail in insurance policy terms and conditions – and that certainly seems to be the case as providers are rejecting business insurance terms and conditions to back their decisions.
Drivers who have vehicles with emergency braking systems fitted as standard can pick up cheaper car insurance premiums. Several car insurance firms recognise the benefits of Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB).
More than 1,400 motorists with at least 12 penalty points on their licences are still allowed to drive – and one driver is still behind the wheel despite having 36 penalty points.
Astrologists would have drivers believe they are sitting behind a wheel of fortune rather than a steering wheel once they get into a car. Car insurer Admiral has called in astrologists to look at the driving records of 3 million … Continue reading
The new laws recommend legal limits for driving with 16 different drugs in the body – including eight common prescription drugs. However, the Insurance Blogger has found out that any driver in a road accident faces a routine test for … Continue reading