Car insurance prices rise in the third quarter

Cars on a motorway

According to the Car Insurance Price Index in association with Towers Watson, car insurance prices rose by a fraction between June and September.

Comprehensive premiums ticked up by 0.4% and third party, fire and theft policies rose by 0.2% in the period.

The increase in prices this quarter slowed the annualised rate of price reduction down. Average comprehensive premiums have fallen by 10.7% across the UK since September last year, compared to 14.6% for the twelve months to June

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