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And they can deliver serious savings to motorists, slashing the cost of your car insurance significantly.
For example, when you get a Nextbase dashcam installed in your car you can enjoy a 12.5% discount on you car insurance policy with Swift cover , while Sure Thing!
Tackling rising car insurance costs According to the AA ’s latest British Insurance Premium Index over the past 12 months, the average Shop around premium – essentially the average of the five ‘best’ quotes available – for comprehensive car insurance policies has increased by 12.9%, the equivalent of an extra £73.42.
Adrian Flux offers a discount of up to 15% on car insurance policies if you use one of the dashcams listed on its website .
Arizona bill would let foster kids buy car insurance
Foster kids would be able to buy car insurance — if they can afford it — under a bill that is touted as the first step to giving foster teens access to the driving experience.
Breanna Carpenter is a former foster child who showed up at the state Legislature to speak in favor of a bill that would allow foster kids to buy auto insurance.
Bill faced some oppositionBreanna Carpenter is a former foster child who showed up at the state Legislature on April 27, 2017, to speak in favor of a bill that would allow foster kids to buy auto insurance.
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The things people lie about most on their car insurance
Fudging information on a car insurance application to get a lower rate might not seem a big deal to you, but it is to car insurance companies.
“Self-reported estimates are notoriously inaccurate.”The car, how it’s used and other detailsCost: $4.1 billionThe type and age of a car, who owns it and whether it’s used for business are some of the details that affect car insurance prices.
Lies and honest mistakes by customers and insurance agents cost car insurers an estimated $29 billion in 2016, according to a new report by Verisk Insurance Solutions, a data analytics company.
But Verisk estimates 12% to 15% of car insurance policies are missing drivers.
Here are the details customers lie about, forget or omit the most:Who’s driving the carCost: $10.3 billionYou’re supposed to list the licensed drivers in the household on a car insurance policy.