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Drivers consider dropping comprehensive insurance

Almost 40 per cent of motorists have considered sacrificing their comprehensive cover in favour of a third party or third party, fire and theft policy as a result of rising insurance costs, according to research undertaken by AA Motor Insurance.

Insurance costs still a key concern for Irish motorists

A new motoring survey has found one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.

Insurance costs still a key concern for Irish motorists

A new motoring survey has found that one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.

Insurance costs still a key concern for Irish motorists

A new motoring survey has found one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.

Trip cancellation and illness top reasons for Irish travel insurance claims

Trip cancellation is the number one reason for Irish travel insurance claims, an analysis of data has revealed.

Jump in uninsured driver claims will impact on premiums - MIBI

The number of motor insurance claims relating to uninsured or untraced drivers has increased by 17 per cent this year, according to new figures released by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI).

One in three motorists considering a new vehicle purchase

Research by motoring solutions specialist, Easytrip Ireland, has revealed that a third of Irish motorists are considering the purchase of a new vehicle in the second half of 2016, with 54 per cent of those looking to purchase a new 162 model and 46 per cent a used vehicle.

Motor insurance costs need to be tackled — Calleary

Fianna Fáil has brought forward a Dáil motion this week which aims to drive down the cost of motor insurance. Over the past two years motorists have seen their premiums rise by a massive 60 per cent — placing a huge burden on family budgets.

Six per cent of drivers are uninsured

An estimated 4,800 drivers in Mayo are uninsured, according to new figures released this week by the Irish Brokers Association.

Seven per cent of Irish drivers have had damage done by an uninsured driver

No-one likes paying bills especially when they are compulsory. Motor insurance is a classic grudge purchase. It is resented and resisted. People tend not to have any loyalty to a particular company and will do whatever they can to lower the cost.

 

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