Over half of motorists would not rule out 'fronting'

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Those motorists face not only a criminal conviction, but a lifetime of more expensive and harder to obtain insurance, and difficulties in accessing other financial products, such as credit, the trade body has claimed.

The survey found that the number one temptation for getting cheaper car insurance was for a parent to insure a vehicle in their name as the main driver, with their son or daughter down as an occasional driver, when in fact they were the main user - commonly known as ‘fronting'.

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