Motorists should shop around to ensure they get a good
Graeme Trudgill from the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (Biba) stated that
However, he urged drivers to ask for advice on new deals instead of simply accepting price hikes.
“Don’t just accept it on the chin. You might have hit a certain age or your car might be one year older, which gets you an extra discount, or you might have moved house,” remarked Mr Trudgehill, who is the technical and corporate affairs executive at Biba.
Some insurers may not be increasing the cost of their rates as much as other companies, he said.
According to the AA, the average
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