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Holiday Drivers

Remarkably, a new study by the RAC and vehicle insurer Ageas, shows that around 30% of UK motorists will avoid country lanes and smaller roads when travelling on holiday. Drivers would rather add considerable extra time or distance to their journey simply to stay away from narrow lanes or minor roads.

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Motor Insurance Pricing Changes

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) brought in new regulations in January 2022 to end the practice known as “price-walking”. Many loyal customers faced increasing insurance policy premiums each year while new customers were often rewarded with a discount or special pricing. Under the new guidelines this is no longer permitted.

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Who Won at Car Dealer Power Awards 2019? – Unicom Insurance!

Unicom Insurance wins the coveted ‘Trade Insurance Provider of the Year’ 2019 Award!

The Car Dealer Power Awards, which celebrated their tenth anniversary in 2019, marks the climax of a comprehensive survey commissioned by ‘Car Dealer’ magazine. The survey invites the public to express their views on manufacturers and suppliers in various categories, confidentially, by awarding them marks out of ten. The award ceremony took place on 26th September 2019, in the inspirational surroundings of the Spinnaker Tower high above Portsmouth Harbour. more info…

Car Insurance Groups – How Do They Affect Our Insurance Premiums

All new and used cars in the UK are placed into car insurance groups which play a major part in determining your insurance policy premium, the system is set up and monitored by the Association of British Insurers (ABI). There are currently 50 different groups reflecting the wide range of vehicles available. When the system was first introduced back in the 1970s, there were only nine available classes, but this expanded to 20 by 1992, and then to the current number in 2006. All cars registered in 1996 or later are now placed into one of these 50 groups, while earlier vehicles are placed at an insurer’s own discretion. more info…



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