The standard rate of insurance premium tax (IPT) will go up for the second time in less than a year tomorrow (1 October 2016).
Car insurance costs have risen by more than 13% over the last year, according to new research.
Motorists are unlikely to benefit from cheaper car insurance for at least a year, despite government action on whiplash claims, it has been suggested.
UK Insurance (UKI) had the most complaints against it for general insurance in the first half of 2016, according to the latest data from the FOS.
Being born overseas can add as much as £227 to your car insurance premium, according to Which? research.
Your car insurance premium could rise by more than a third following a claim, even if you weren't to blame, according to new Which? research.
Which? has discovered some big-brand home insurance policies which only cover you for 30 days away, so watch out if you're taking a long holiday.
Lying on an insurance claim may not necessarily invalidate it, following a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court.
Fraudulent personal injury claims have been cited as a key factor behind the rising cost of car insurance.
Many budget travel insurance policies will fail to cover the average holidaymaker if they need to make a claim, according to new Which? research.