According to data accumulated over the past twelve months, motorists in Chelmsford are MASSIVELY in the money, with the average price of cover dropping from £516 to £423, a saving of £93.
Reading and Peterborough are other bonus locations for drivers: the cost of premiums have fallen 16% and 17% respectively over the past twelve months.
But it isn’t good news for everyone. It’s bad news for residents of Dundee: the average cost of a comprehensive policy has risen 35% in the Scottish city. Maybe they should consider moving to Chelmsford…
The cheapest place to insurer a car in the UK is the Isle of Man, where keeping your motor covered should only cost you £285. But it’s STILL bad news for Londoners: East London remains the most expensive place to insure your car in the WHOLE of the UK, with comprehensive cover setting you back £930.
It’s not all doom and gloom, however. The average cost of car insurance has actually dropped for ALL of us by 13% over the last twelve months, so the likelihood is you’ll still be in the money.
That’s despite the cost of premiums actually rising 17% over the past five years. It’s thought that the decrease in costs is partly because of a decrease in fraudulent whiplash claims.
If you’re looking to get EVEN MORE money off your car insurance, remember to shop around to find the very best deals for you.
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