So much for good times: it looks like cheap insurance rates are coming to an end, thanks to a number of ‘perfect storm’ issues in the industry.
Shedloads of car and van insurance providers are moving towards more online-centric products and services, but how positive a move is this really in the end?
Criminals are increasing their activity against van owners, especially when it comes to fraudulent van insurance claims – but that’s not all they’re up to.
Van insurance and car insurance firms love to point the finger at high claims volume when it comes to rising rates, but how accurate is that really?
If you’re wondering why you can’t get a cheap van insurance quote, it could be you’re in the wrong line of work – or you’re a moron and auto-renew your cover.
One major car insurance provider recently rained on everyone’s parade recently, remarking that the good times are nearly over when it comes to cheaper rates.
So here’s one thing I just don’t understand: car and van insurance companies are reporting tidy profits even as premium prices plummet, sometimes severely.
Everyone knows how hard it is to find cheap van insurance nowadays, but if the rumours are true it looks like that’s going to be the least of our problems soon!
So car and van insurance companies are saying their rates have been dropping like mad lately, but how much can you trust these insurers in the long run, really?
The DVLA’s new database, which goes live next month, is rumoured to save every motorist as much as £15 on their insurance, but will it help the white van man?