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You could save £125 on your car insurance every year - here’s how

Peter Kelly
Mar 6, 2020


Letting your car insurance auto-renew may be easy, but it certainly isn’t cheap.

Sorting out a new car insurance policy sounds like a bit of a nightmare - but it doesn’t have to be. With a quick bit of research, switching can be swift and straightforward, and it could save you a few quid, too.

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It’s often tempting to just let your current car insurance policy auto-renew. After all, it’s the easiest way of keeping your vehicle covered. But it’s a fairly expensive way of doing things!

According to a recent study conducted by Money Supermarket, 17 million motorists allow their car insurance to auto-renew each season, and it’s costing them big.

Overall, auto-renewals cost drivers £674 million per year. 40% of drivers admit to allowing their pre-existing policy to auto-renew, and a quarter of those respondents saw their premiums jump by an average of £40.

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But in 20% of cases, motorists saw the price of their policy increase by between £51 and £125 - simply because they forgot to shop around.

Staying with your current provider might be easy, but it’s also expensive - and making the switch is quicker than you might think.

If you’re looking to save money on your car insurance, head to A Spokesman Said and search for the best deals for you.

Here at A Spokesman Said we love fighting for your rights and believe fervently in natural justice.

But these battles cost us money. You could help us fund these fights by using our price comparison site, A Spokesman Said for your energy, car insurance and household bills.

We’re just the same as Go Compare or any other price comparison site, so you won’t be losing out in any way - by helping us, you will be helping yourself.

Thank you for your support.


When did you last switch your car insurance provider?

Last year 65% of customers didn't switch their car insurance to try and get a better deal.