Buy online or call us Free on 0800 58 11 030800 58 11 03

Mon - Fri 9am to 8pm Sat 9am to 4:30pm

Claims Hotline 0800 48 44 330800 48 44 33

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Future of cars is changing

Back in the 1980s Knight Rider, a television show from the USA, starred a black Pontiac Trans called K.I.T.T. (Knight Industries Two Thousand) the car could talk, drive itself and also get its human driver out of any predicament using its onboard computer.

Continue reading

Over 100 years of experience

Any driver car insurance was not even invented when the Fiat Company was born. Fiat is an acronym for ‘Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino’ and translated to English, reads ‘Italian Automobile Factory of Turin’. F.I.A.T. was founded on July 12, 1899, in the Italian city of Turin, at the time the city was enjoying a good period of industrial growth.

Continue reading

Rise in UK car sales not expected to last

Britain’s car market was stronger than expected in June, showing a surprise 10.8% rise in registrations, meaning not just a rise in people getting a motor insurance quote for a new car, but also that the car market in the United Kingdom was stronger than expected according to the SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders). However analysts forecast that demand for new vehicles will go back to a negative number during the last six months of the year, with the £2,000 scrappage incentive, which boosted demand among buyers ending. The new business secretary Vince Cable, last week told one newspaper that the emergency in the car making industry was now over and that the car industry could no longer count on any direct government aid.

Continue reading

Making summer driving less stressful

Whether your car has any driver car insurance and is used virtually everyday, or is used less often, it is important to remember that the heat of summer can take its toll on any vehicle that is not looked after properly. Add to that the effects that last winter may have had on the vehicle, a breakdown may well be on the cards. However the chances of mechanical failure can be reduced by simple car maintenance that anyone can do.

Continue reading

Government must make road black spots safer

It would be interesting to see in a national survey of motorists how many drivers thought that motorways were the most dangerous roads to drive on. I have met countless numbers of people, mainly, but not all, women who just will not use motorways because they believe them to be death traps. I wonder, then, what they would make of the most recent report by the charity the Road Safety Foundation (RSF).

Continue reading