06th July 2011
Dangers of cheapest car insurance cover
Brits have been given some warnings about steps taken to get the cheapest car insurance policy possible.
One of the points that Malcolm Tarling, spokesman for the Association of British Insurers, brought up was giving false information when applying for cover.
He believes that some of the common examples of this include not sharing all details of a claim on car insurance policies in the past, or motoring convictions.
However, Mr Tarling noted: "If they get caught then this non-disclosure could invalidate a claim, depending on the nature of the claim and of the nature of the non-disclosure."
Meanwhile, choosing the lowest priced car insurance cover could also create problems, as the policy may not provide everything that a driver desires, like an affordable excess.
The expert's advice follows on from research recently carried out by MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, which disclosed that almost a quarter of 17 to 21 year olds have told a lie when looking for motor insurance.
Posted by Penelope Fitzgerald
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