Motor premiums continue to soften


According to the research, the cost of comprehensive cover fell by 2.3% between April and June to an average of £797. The fall means the total decrease over the past 12 months has been 7.1%.

Third party, fire and theft premiums also fell in the second quarter, although at a slower rate of 0.8%, to an average of £1,149.

The latest findings, also revealed that the only group to see prices rise was 17-20 year-old women who faced an average 0.5% increase in the quarter to £1,878. By region however

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