AA added the Shoparound index, which better reflects the premiums paid after buyers shop around, has also risen as buyers can now expect to shell out £486 for their annual comprehensive cover: £10 (2%) more than three months ago and a rise of £39 (8.7%) since this time last year.
The average quoted premium for third party, fire and theft cover, typically bought by young drivers, has reduced fractionally (by just 0.6% to £879).
Simon Douglas, director of AA Insurance, said: “Despite these rise
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