Drivers prepared to commit fraud to bring down premiums

The survey of over 1,500 UK motorists revealed that while almost two-thirds said they were beating the credit crunch by using their car less and driving more fuel-efficiently to save money, an alarmingly high number of drivers admit they would consider withholding information from their insurance company to reduce their premiums.

22% said they would consider lying about the exact nature of where their car is parked, while 28% said they would withhold information about their exact annual mileage

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