Motorists happy to misrepresent to obtain cheaper car insurance

nigel bartram

According to the ABI, the number one temptation was fronting, with 53% of the 2,600 adults surveyed stating they thought it was acceptable for an older, lower-risk person to insure a vehicle in their name when a younger higher-risk driver was the main driver.

Nigel Bartram, motor strategy manager at Aviva, backed up the ABI's findings: "Fronting seems to be at a constant level. It is disappointing as it indicates the message is not getting through. The older generation don't see it as illegal

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