Has your car been impounded for no insurance?

Have you had your car impounded for no insurance? You’re not alone as 1 in 25 drivers on Britain’s roads are uninsured. Drivers caught without cover will need to take out specific impounded car insurance policy in order to release their vehicle.

Driving without a valid insurance policy is against the law; most people know that […]

By |August 25th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Can I deliver takeaways with my own insurance?

Most fast food restaurants need their delivery drivers to have their own car, motorbike or scooter that they’re able to use for delivering takeaways. For the average takeaway owner, running just one or a small chain of outlets, it’s just not financially viable for them to provide vehicles to their delivery drivers.

Any law abiding motorist […]

By |May 31st, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Can you take out impounded car insurance if not the registered keeper?

If you’ve ever been pulled over by the police you’ll understand how for most people it can be a nerve racking experience. Things can quickly escalate from a routine traffic stop to a much more serious situation though if it is revealed that there’s a problem with the driver’s license, road tax or insurance.

If the […]

By |May 8th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

What insurance do I need to deliver takeaways?

With the fast food market growing at an ever-increasing rate, there are more delivery drivers on the roads than ever before. But what kind of insurance do you need to deliver takeaways?

There’s no denying that delivering fast food can be a great way to put some extra cash in your pocket. With hours mostly available […]

By |April 28th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Increased speeding fines take effect TODAY

Millions of drivers are still not aware that new increased speeding fines are being introduced today. The fines, which could see a driver earning £50,000 a year hit with a fine of up to £1,000, are taking effect on Monday 24th April.

Under new rules drivers that commit the most serious speeding offences can be hit […]

By |April 24th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Cost of car insurance spikes in first quarter

Car insurance premiums continued to rise in the first quarter of 2017 and the average comprehensive policy now costs £781, over £110 more than it cost just one year ago.

According to the latest Car Insurance Price Index carried out by Confused.com with Willis Towers Watson, a 1.8% decrease in premiums in January was more than […]

By |April 20th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Why you could be fined for using your phone to pay at the drive-thru

If you use the drive-thru lane at a fast food restaurant, you could be fined if you use your phone to pay for your food.

Tougher penalties were recently introduced for using your phone whilst driving and they could apply to people that use their phone to make a contactless payment at a drive-thru. Drivers that […]

By |April 13th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

The UK’s drug driving capital has been revealed

It has been revealed that drivers in North Yorkshire are the most likely to be caught drug driving. The county has the highest conviction rate for drug driving offences making it the drug driving capital of the UK.

According to research, carried out by Keith Michaels plc, North Yorkshire had a drug driving conviction rate of […]

By |April 3rd, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Insurers must tell you the cost of last year’s policy before you renew

From 1st April insurance companies must tell you how much you paid for your car insurance last year when providing their renewal quote. They must also explain how you could save money by shopping around for your next year’s insurance policy. This won’t deter people from staying loyal to their current provider though, as 41% […]

By |March 30th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Speeding fines are being increased next month

If you’re caught speeding you could face a harsher punishment as of next month.

Motorists that are convicted of speeding could be fined up to £2,500 as the Government increase stricter laws in an attempt to deter motorists from breaking the speed limit.

Magistrates are currently able to apply a maximum penalty of 100% of the offender’s […]

By |March 20th, 2017|Motor Insurance|0 Comments
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