Comprehensive car insurance premiums have continued to rise during the final quarter of 2016, with motorists now paying on average £95, or 14%, more than they were this time last year.
The figures came from the latest Confused.com Car Insurance Price Index in association with Willis Towers Watson.
According to the research, which is based on price data compiled from almost two million customer quotes, the result represents a 4.1% quarterly increase (or £30).
This compares with the 6.9% quarterly
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