Insurance costs for young drivers at the lowest since records began, but the fall is likely to be temporary. Which? offers five tips on keeping premiums down.
Find out if you live in one of the worst areas for car theft and get tips on how to save on your car insurance premium if you're in a hotspot.
Claiming on your car insurance could hike your premium by an average of £184, according to new data from Compare the Market.
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Car insurance premiums, already at record lows, could fall even further this year thanks to new reforms around whiplash claims, the government says.
The practice of charging customers more the longer they stay with the same insurer will be banned from January 2022. Find out how much you could save.
Find out the 30 worst-hit postcode areas for this type of insurance fraud plus our advice on the steps you can take to avoid the scam.
Motorists saving the planet could also save on their insurance bills, as electric vehicles are now typically £45 cheaper than petrol and diesel cars to insure.
Drivers should think twice before driving to work after Bank Holiday Monday next week, as a change to the temporary coronavirus rules could leave them uninsured.
£100 for a phone call: how premium-rate services and claim firms dominate customer service search results
Which? reveals how adverts for premium-rate call services and claims management companies appear when people search for their insurer's customer service number.