Motor insurance rates will remain flat and highly competitive in 2005 but there is no danger of another price war, according to Datamonitor's UK Motor Insurance 2004/5 report.
James Greenwell, financial services analyst at Datamonitor and author of the report, said he expected growth to range between -3% and 0% this year as insurers strive to hold onto existing customers and attract new business with innovative pricing deals in an increasingly competitive market.
He said: "With the emergence o
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