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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.

Gender rules about to hit motorists hard

Sex matters. It is about to matter a lot more. From December it becomes illegal for an insurance company to notice what gender you are when selling you insurance.

Gender rules about to hit motorists hard

Sex matters. It is about to matter a lot more. From December it becomes illegal for an insurance company to notice what gender you are when selling you insurance.

Delivery driver caught without insurance for a second time

A takeaway delivery driver who was caught driving without insurance for a second time was disqualified from driving for two years in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

An estimated three thousand of drivers in Mayo are going without insurance

An estimated 3,100 drivers in Mayo are going without insurance, and claims against drivers of such vehicles are costing the general public heavily. This is sccording to Brian McNelis, director of general services at the Irish Brokers Association, who stated:

An estimated 2,100 Westmeath drivers go without insurance

It is estimated that up to 2,100 of Westmeath’s motorists could be driving without insurance, according to a new study.

Reduction in motor insurance claims

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Insurance Prices – be thankful we’re not as bad as UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Insurance prices - be thankful we’re not as bad as the UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Insurance Prices – be thankful we’re not as bad as UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

 

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