CII clears up car insurance confusion

Friday, 02 October 2015 | News

One in three drivers falsely believes an accident while driving another car will be covered for repairs by a comprehensive policy.

Older driver? How to cut car insurance costs

Tuesday, 29 September 2015 | Article

We often hear tales about elderly motorists doing something dangerous, such as driving the wrong way on a dual carriageway but it is important not to tar all drivers in their later years with the same brush.

What is 'Gap insurance'?

Tuesday, 01 September 2015 | News

If your car gets written off or stolen, most insurers will pay the current market value of your car.

In praise of retailers who put the customer first

Friday, 28 August 2015 | Blog | By Hannah Nemeth

We’re all so ready to complain when things go wrong with goods or services we’ve bought that it’s only fair to sing the praises of the retailers who understand the importance of good customer service.

Extraordinary and amusing insurance claims revealed

Friday, 16 December 2016 | News

If you weren’t already familiar with the need for buildings and contents cover, Saga Home Insurance has released its most noteworthy tales of sudden and unexpected disasters its customers have faced.

Women in their 60s see car insurance bills rise fastest

Monday, 13 July 2015 | News

Women aged 66 to 70 who share their car insurance with a spouse have seen their premiums rise faster over the past three months than all other UK drivers, new research shows.

New-style low-cost health cover launched for public sector workers

Wednesday, 01 July 2015 | News

A new low-cost health insurance product has been launched that aims to bridge the gap between NHS care and private medical insurance, offering cover for most conditions, but with payouts capped at £15,000 a year.

Greek holidaymakers urged to protect extra cash

Friday, 03 July 2015 | News

Holidaymakers travelling to Greece with large amounts of cash could find their travel insurance invalid should they make a claim for loss or theft.

Lloyds hit with record £117m fine for PPI mis-selling

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 | News

Lloyds Bank has been hit with a record £117 million fine by the Financial Conduct Authority for failings in its handling of payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints.

Can telematics help lower your car insurance premiums?

Thursday, 04 June 2015 | Article

From cutting-edge smartphones that let you surf the web, watch movies, check the news and keep in touch with friends and family to iPads and smartwatches, we're relying ever more on technology to make everyday tasks easier...