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17th November 2021 Avoid Blocked Drains

Autumn is upon us, the nights are drawing in and we’re begrudgingly packing away our shorts and flip-flops for another year in place of cosy jumpers, winter coats and knitted scarves. Whilst autumn has its upsides, those crispy golden leaves can become quite a nuisance....

13th April 2021 Is now the time to buy or sell a used car

It’s thought that spring or autumn is the best time to buy a used car as new number plate formats are introduced In March and September. At this time of year, dealers find themselves with an excess of cars in stock that they’re looking to...

24th March 2021 Could this be the end of the insurance loyalty penalty

When it comes to a wide range of services on the consumer market, loyalty is undervalued. Customers may find that if they stick with the same company year-on-year, they will end up getting charged a lot more than someone who frequently switches. In fact, Citizen’s...

26th November 2020 How much does the UK spend over Christmas ?

Deloitte’s Christmas Survey conducted in 2018 found that UK customers spend an average of £567 over Christmas, over 42% more than the European average of £400. This was the highest amount next to Spain (£526) and Austria (£475). But where exactly is our money being...

24th July 2020 How much would it cost to re-built your property ?

There’s been a lot to think about and adjust to over the COVID-19 pandemic and if you’re moving home, it can be easy to overlook the finer details. However, there are some things that you absolutely need to get right first time around. If you’ve ever...

17th July 2020 Are comparison sites pushing up the cost of insurance

Have you ever used a price comparison site? Most people have, as, on the surface, they look like they’re showing you the best value insurance quotes on the market. Due to the sheer volume of people who buy their cover through price comparison sites, many...

16th June 2020 Changes to un-occupancy cover that could change from 15th June 2020

The continued restrictions that have been put in place to fight the coronavirus have had a drastic impact on UK businesses, particularly within the retail, food and hospitality sectors. This continued closure raised concerns within businesses and insurers due to the number of unoccupied buildings...

1st March 2020 How climate change is rising the cost of insurance

Despite government initatives and the UK’s 2050 target to reduce emissions by at least 100% from levels captured in 1990, worldwide attempts to reduce climate changes have not yet hit the mark. The rise of severe weather  As severe weather is becoming increasingly recurrent and extreme, individuals...