Drivers beat sky-high car insurance by haggling down the price as premiums soar 14% to national average of £788



Drivers are now paying an average of £788 for car insurance, a rise of 13.5 per cent in a year, but one in five has managed to cut their premiums by haggling.
One of the main reasons prices have risen at such a fast rate in the past year is due to the two hikes to insurance premium tax.
But one way to cut the price you pay is by haggling with your insurer and getting it to lower the price.  
Of the 5,000 drivers asked by the research company, between June and August this year, 20 per cent said they were offered a lower price by their current insurer at renewal when they asked. 
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6 October 2016 in Business, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail
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