Is third party cover always cheaper than comprehensive?
Should my premium go down or stay the same each year if I don’t claim?
Want the answers? You’re in the right place.
Does lower mileage mean cheaper insurance? Often assumed, but not necessarily the case and does vary by provider. Because of those who don’t drive much might be seen as not being confident behind the wheel, being prone to accidents. If you do drive fewer miles, it may be worth looking into low mileage or ‘pay-as-you-drive‘ insurance.
Comprehensive cover allows you to drive any car? Being ‘fully comp’ automatically covers you to drive someone else’s car, right? Well, this doesn’t actually always apply. Check your documents before driving someone else’s car, you might not be covered for third party liability.
Find out more next week, when we talk about how putting the policy in your parent’s name won’t lower your premium!
Imagine being overtaken by this self-driving bike?
This day and age of technology advancements it can be difficult to get your head around it all. And this won’t help.
The self-driving motorcycle is full of widgets and gizmos to make sure the bike doesn’t topple over. Wires and motherboards communicate to a steering actuator motor, clutch, throttle and gears that keep it upright.
The fact that this big, heavy adventure bike now has its mind of its own, proves one day we will be amongst robots.
New dealer-to-home car delivery service makes its announcement.
Handling all aspects of the handover, which includes the explanation of specifications, key technology and benefits to the driver will be done. According to the Motor Delivery, a number of dealer groups have expressed an interest in the delivery service which will improve customer service massively.
Vehicles will be delivered in partnership with Vision Drive, who have handled more than 100,000 vehicle movements since 2016.
Would you like to buy a car online and it be delivered the next day? The service is free to dealers and financed by the car buyer. Charged are variable depending upon distance; an 85-mile journey would cost a customer £132 inclusive of VAT.
The big electric vehicles sales stories these days are generally about the Tesla Model 3 walloping the competition.
Nonetheless, we like to go back to our roots and explore overall electric vehicle growth at least once a quarter. The problem is that almost all of the positivity comes from Tesla.
As you can see above, several fully electric models saw their sales decline in the 4th quarter of 2018 versus the 4th quarter of 2017. Aside from the new models (Jaguar I-PACE and Honda Clarity EV), the only models that saw growth were the Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, and Nissan LEAF.