Car Insurance Roundup, May 17, 2016

MEP calls for investigation into spike in Irish car insurance premiums |

Sinn Féin MEP Liadh Ní Riada has today demanded action to combat the high cost of motor insurance in Ireland. 

Consumer course on car insurance offered | News |

Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 is offering a “driver’s theory” course this summer that can also help student drivers save money on car insurance. 

National protest against soaring cost of car insurance to cause traffic chaos in Dublin – Dublin Live

A major national demonstration is being organised to protest against the rising cost of car insurance in Dublin. Ireland Underground is organising the protest, which will involve thousands of drivers from all over the country travelling to the Dail in convoys. 

Get New Car Insurance Quotes in May and Stop Overpaying for Coverage! |

Being informed about the newest auto insurance deals is very important. Clients should always check multiple plans if they want to buy a policy. There are many agencies that sell coverage and it is always possible to find better rates with the next agency. Comparing auto insurance quotes is free and convenient. 

You may be overpaying for your insurance | Amarillo Globe-News

Texas Sure, the state’s vehicle insurance verification database, has had incorrect data on vehicle registrations and the number of uninsured drivers in Potter and Randall Counties for multiple years, which could possibly mean a wide range of issues, particularly how much you have paid for car insurance. 

No-fault insurance: Florida studies killing it in report due Sept. 2 | Protecting Your Pocket

State officials are putting in motion a $125,000 study on the possibility of dropping the state’s no-fault Personal Injury Protection car insurance system. 

Sainsbury’s Bank insurance spam scam causes confusion • The Register

Numerous UK surfers were left confused on Monday after receiving email confirmations for insurance products with Sainsbury’s Bank that they never bought. 

QBE, Budget Direct scoop industry awards

Online research service CANSTAR has announced the national winners of its outstanding value awards in the car insurance market. 

Passport, tickets… breathalyser – what football fans travelling to France this summer HAVE to remember or face a €530 fine – Mirror Online

With thousands of people planning to hop across the channel to take in some of the European Football Championships (and others just heading there on holiday) a worrying number could be in line for a hefty fines because they’re unfamiliar with local traffic laws. 

Ask for Your Insurance Company’s Surcharge Schedule to Prepare for Rate Increases | Life Hacker India

When you sign up for auto insurance (or after the fact), ask them for a copy of their surcharge schedule. (Could be called a good driver plan, etc.) This will tell you under what conditions your rates could increase under certain circumstances, and how much they could increase. A useful thing to have handy! 


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