Car Insurance Roundup, May 12, 2016

Polkomtel offers car insurance application – Telecompaper

Polish mobile operator Polkomtel, operating under the brand Plus, introduces car insurance for customers. The application uBezpiecz allows customers to choose the most beneficial insurance policy offer, pay for it and save the policy on the smartphone. The whole process can be done in five minutes.  

Car convoy plans to protest against rising cost of car insurance in Dublin

According to reports, Ireland Underground in orchestrating the demonstration, and they have planned a protest against the massive increment in car insurance. 

Stolen car registrations lead to bigger score; crooks are quick to target glove box – ABC15 Arizona

Police want you to have the right crime prevention tools to keep the latest crime trend from spreading. Car break-ins are rampant in all corners of the Valley and, Mesa police say, the first place crooks raid is the glove box. Then, they hit the center console because that’s the most common hiding place for valuables, like money and electronics. 

Health and motor insurance payment in EMIs, soon | business | Hindustan Times

Soon, you may be able to pay your health insurance premium in instalments. At present, customers have no option to pay the premium for these products in parts. With rising cover, especially for health, which can now go upto even Rs 1 crore, the premium has increased substantially. The move is expected to increase penetration of insurance in the country while giving a breather to customers, who can then pay the premium at their convenience. 

New research: House, health, contents and car trump protecting your life | btob

An independent report analysing New Zealand’s life insurance industry reveals the number of people insured in New Zealand has been static for over three years – highlighting a need for industry-wide change across a number of key areas including improved transparency, an increased focus on consumer education, and access to trusted advice.  

Why Aspiring Leonardo DiCaprios are Now Driving Ubers Instead of Waiti | Vanity Fair

My Uber driver was pulling onto the freeway, in Los Angeles, when he looked into the rearview mirror and told me he was going to let me in on a little secret. 

Manchester ‘ghostbroker’ jailed | Insurance Age

A Romanian man, who acted as an insurance ‘ghostbroker’ to set up over 150 fraudulent motor insurance policies in a £200,000 scam has been jailed for 20 months. 

How to Make Good Decisions About Insurance – Salem-News.Com

Insurance. That’s for somebody else, right? Somebody older, wealthier, and with more dependents needs insurance, but not you. Or do you? Millennials are famously lax when it comes to insuring their health, homes, cars, and lives. 

Getting Best Auto Insurance Multiple Quotes Now! | PR Carbon

These days it is possible to find websites that have efficient multiple car insurance quote comparison tools online. Besides, auto insurance buyers can get free quotes from 4 to 5 different insurers with one single online application as well. This may be good news for drivers who are in search of low cost vehicle insurance proposals. Additionally, internet processes could be extremely fast and so lot of time as well as energy will get saved during your effort to find the best quote.  

Mississippi Ranks 5th for Most Dangerous Teen Drivers | Mississippi Delta News

Mississippi is among the top ten states for the most dangerous teenage drivers. That’s according to car insurance dot com.  Officials from the website analyzed federal data to create the ranking. It’s based on the federal highway fatality rate and the number of distracted drivers on roadways. 

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