Motor premiums may ‘reach the highest on record’

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Willis Towers Watson and Confused warn of future increases as they publish data for Q4 2019.

Car insurance premiums rose by £32 (4%) during Q4 2019, the Willis Towers Watson and Car Insurance Price Index has revealed.

The average premium recorded in Q4 2019 was £815, up from £783 the previous quarter.

The figure is an annual change of £41 (5%) on the £774 average recorded in Q4 2018.

The index is based on price data from around six million quotes each quarter.

Drivers in Inner London were hit with the large annual increase in Q4 2019, with average premiums

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