Motor premiums fall but Covid-19 clouds analysis


Drivers are paying £19 less for their premium than they were this time last year with prices falling to £770, the index for Q2 2020 highlights.

However, analysis of the complex drivers behind market prices during the last three months suggest that the impact of Covid-19 is about more than just the surface level market price changes.

The average cost of car insurance is now £770, following a £19 (2%) decrease over the past year, according to the index, which is based on price data compiled from

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