Cars That Cost The Most To Insure
October 14, 2011 by staff
Cars That Cost The Most To Insure, Auto premiums have increased 12 percent year on year, according to new research, which is equivalent to a jump of £ 92 for insurance for motorists already in trouble.
But there is a rare piece of good news for motorists, increases finally seem to be decreasing and the average prices actually fell 1.6 percent in the last three months, the report refers.
Index data Confused.com / Towers Watson Car Insurance Price found that the highest annual price increases affected zip codes in northern England.
Between June and September 2011, Oldham suffered the largest increase in premiums, with the average cost of comprehensive cover up 27.9 percent.
The average cost of car insurance in the area that now sits in an eye-watering £ 1,437.
Complete the first three are other ZIP codes in the North, including Bradford, who suffered a 27.5 percent rise in annual and Liverpool, which recorded a 26.8 percent increase.
Drivers of the North of the border of Scotland recorded the lowest annual increase in prices. The five main areas of the UK with slower premium increases are based on the country.
However, these five areas continued to see insurance costs go up with no areas to see an annual decline in prices in the UK.
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