Car Insurance costs drop – allegedly!

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The average third-party motor insurance premium fell by 19% during 2013.

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A major insurance company has announced that due to the way the court system now handles whiplash claims (the ones that prove to be bogus or exaggerated), there has been a significant saving of millions of pounds.

Savings that they say are being passed on to drivers. They go on to say that the average third-party motor insurance premium fell by 19% during 2013.

What it fails to mention is the variation in price for fully comprehensive policies.  If my renewal is anything to go by then silence, as they say, speaks a thousand words…

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