Car premiums fall in Q2 amid Covid-19 lockdown


Average UK motor premiums began to fall as the country went into lockdown, according to the latest set of data published by Consumer Intelligence.

The research firm stated that average premiums now stand at £876 following a 1.4% fall in the last three months, most likely as a result of the pandemic.

John Blevins, pricing expert at Consumer Intelligence said: “With fewer cars on the road and the subsequent reduction in claims, it seems some of those savings may be making their way back to

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