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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 .
Technology package in the 2017 Toyota Camry will be part of advanced safety features
This could become particularly troublesome for Toyota, which is striving to make driver assistance suites a standard feature throughout its lineup.
Between an increasing number of airbags, high-strength structural materials and driver assistance technology, overall vehicle safety has increased exponentially during the past few years alone.
Common assumptions about autonomous vehicles are that they will put an end to accidents and, ultimately, put the car insurance industry out of business.
Once part of a $3,750 technology package in the 2017 Toyota Camry, blind spot monitoring will be part of a standard set of advanced safety features offered on the all-new 2018 Camry.
(Kyle Campbell) These features have proven to make vehicles safer and, in the case of driver assistance systems, less likely to be involved in an accident.
Little white lies can destroy your car insurance
It’s not just a car insurance problem Non-disclosure – basically not telling your insurer the whole truth – is certainly not just a problem with car insurance though.
Facing up to fronting Perhaps the most notorious ‘little white lie’ when it comes to car insurance is fronting.
Remember, when you take out an insurance policy, whether it’s for your car, your house or even travel, you will be asked whether you have ever had a policy cancelled in the past.
If you don’t notify the DVLA of medical problems you could be hit with a £1,000 fine or face prosecution.
The little white lies we tell So what are we lying about?