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Young drivers’ car insurance premiums fall to a record low – five ways to keep on saving

Young drivers’ car insurance premiums fall to a record low – five ways to keep on saving

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.

Direct Line launches cycling insurance: do you need it?

Direct Line launches cycling insurance: do you need it?

The new deal rivals the protection you can get with a home and contents insurance policy. Which? takes a closer look at what it covers and the costs.

How claiming on car insurance can impact your premium

How claiming on car insurance can impact your premium

Claiming on your car insurance could hike your premium by an average of £184, according to new data from Compare the Market.

Don’t buy: why paying extra for some ticket insurance is wasting your money

Don’t buy: why paying extra for some ticket insurance is wasting your money

Ticket holders could be buying insurance policies for gigs and major events which do not provide them with the Covid cover they expect, Which? can reveal. After a year of...

Car insurance: don’t let this temporary coronavirus rule change catch you out

Car insurance: don’t let this temporary coronavirus rule change catch you out

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.

RAC launches pay-by-mile car insurance: could it save you money?

RAC launches pay-by-mile car insurance: could it save you money?

Which? takes a closer look at the new flexible telematics policy open to 21 to 65-year-olds with costs starting from 4p a mile.

Revealed: the five major costs the cladding crisis is piling on homeowners

Revealed: the five major costs the cladding crisis is piling on homeowners

Which? sets out the scale of the bills brought on by the building safety crisis, from EWS1 forms to rocketing insurance premiums.

5 unfortunate events your home insurance might not cover

5 unfortunate events your home insurance might not cover

From unruly dogs to stolen lawnmowers, there are times your home insurance policy might be less useful than you’d hope. Which is why it pays to pay attention to the small print.

Cladding scandal: insurance bills rise by more than 1,000% for flat owners

Cladding scandal: insurance bills rise by more than 1,000% for flat owners

Residents of homes with cladding and other unsafe building materials are facing skyrocketing insurance bills, new Which? research reveals.

What does Brexit mean for travel, pet, home and car insurance?

What does Brexit mean for travel, pet, home and car insurance?

The end of the Brexit transition period has had a knock-on effect on a number of areas, and insurance is no exception.

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