If you own a car, you already almost certainly know that it is a legal requirement to have a minimum of third party insurance to drive on the roads or use it in any other public space.
Before considering the pros and cons of this kind of insurance, it is probably helpful to look at just what it is...
It seems reasonable, doesn’t it? When you book a service in advance, you expect to know how much you are going to be paying for it. When it comes time to pay and you are landed with additional charges on top of those you were quoted when making the reservation, you might feel entitled to complain.
As the government backed Money Advice Service (https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en/articles/car-insurance-how-to-get-the-best-deal ) points out, the cost of insurance has risen fairly steadily in recent years and there is little sign of that trend slowing or reversing any time soon.
There are parts of the United Kingdom known to be at risk from flooding by local rivers or the sea. These areas are identified by the Environment Agency (PAGE NOT FOUND) in a scaleable online map.
There are changes ahead for some of the car hire businesses in Spain where rental vehicles that previously attracted no excess will now do so.
With the cold days and long winter nights still with us, it might be difficult to believe that spring is just around the corner. And with spring and summer of course comes a whole new year of outings, trips and holidays at home and abroad
Home insurance – for both the building and its contents – offers an effective and valuable way of protecting what is likely to be one of the biggest investments you are likely to make.
The appeal of the open road may be something to spark off the adventurer and explorer in many of us. Once in Europe, of course, those open roads may lead to any number of fascinatingly different countries and parts of the world – each with their different sights, sounds, smells, and culture.
Anyone who has arranged motor insurance for their car is likely to be aware of the excess that comes with the policy – there is likely to be a compulsory excess and the insurer is also likely to ask whether you want to accept a further, voluntary excess.