Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Motor insurance premiums are creeping up again








Analysis from the 4th quarter of 2014 shows a 2% increase on the average motor insurance premium at the end of 2014 according to a survey by confused.com and Towers Watson This equates to an average of £12 a year increase. Nothing to get particularly excited about but it shows a trend as this is the 2nd increase on the run.

One thing motorists can do to help keep the increases down and actually save money is by avoiding paying for motor legal protection insurance, which is usually sold for around £25-£30 per annum, per vehicle. This means a household with more than one vehicle will be paying on average £27.50 per vehicle for "legal cover".

What motorists can do to save on these "add on" policies and reduce their annual insurance costs is take out membership with Free Motor Legal  as a free alternative to buying motor legal protection insurance. Better still, the membership with Free Motor Legal is free and lasts for life! So you don't need to keep having this problem each year when your insurance is due for renewal as your Free Motor Legal membership just continues and you keep on saving.

Have a look at our video below which gives some more background on how our membership works and then visit our website to register today for free, even if your insurance is not up for renewal register now and start saving immediately!


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