Comprehensive car insurance premiums fell by 7% in the first three months of 2018, the largest quarterly drop in four years and the third in a row according to research by Confused in association with Willis Towers Watson.
The findings revealed that UK motorists are now paying £768 on average which is 2% less than this time last year and the first annual drop in prices since 2015.
According to the Car Insurance Price Index the cost of comprehensive car insurance fell across the UK with
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