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    Two of the worst holiday hotspots for travellers bumping their hire cars are Chile and Ireland, according to a recent study.
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    Motorists' plans to enter the car market appear to have stalled despite the usual boost given to the sector by the release of new number plates on September 1.
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    Car ownership in Britain is on the increase, with a quarter of the population rarely taking long walks, Government figures have shown.
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    As many as half of drivers support the idea of cars driving along motorway hard shoulders in a bid to ease congestion at busy times, according to a survey.
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    Being swamped by the tide has meant a rapid car insurance policy small-print check for the owner of an expensive up-market Land Rover.
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    In a bid to support the struggling housing market, estate agents have called on the Government to urgently review its controversial Home Information Packs (Hips) requirement.
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    A car insurance provider has launched a new policy that is designed specifically to meet the needs of Muslim drivers by abiding by Islamic law.
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    The fear of thieves stealing cars by pulling motorists from their vehicles means many drivers now insist on keeping their doors locked, according to a survey.
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    Britons are not the most original when it comes to thinking of the best hiding places for our most treasured possessions, new research has revealed.
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    British holidaymakers travelling overseas may be stretching the terms of their travel insurance policies to the limit by carrying wads of cash rather than cards in a bid to beat fraudsters.
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    Parents are being advised to make sure they have adequate home contents cover after it was revealed that kitting out a child for the start of the new school term could cost more than £1,500.
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    Parents and insurers have been left counting the cost after the past year alone saw reckless children cause damage to homes totalling more than £552 million.
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    Many travellers are putting themselves at risk by continuing to journey to dangerous destinations despite Foreign Office (FO) advice, a survey has revealed.
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    Two and a half million people have had to make a claim on their home insurance policy after suffering costly damage to their property caused by children in the past year, it has emerged.
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    The number of car insurance claims is set to rise when school run traffic returns to the road next month.
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    Rising British Formula 3 superstar Oliver Turvey had made history at Silverstone by receiving the first ever Cambridge Blue to be awarded for motor sport.Dr John Little, Secretary of the University Men's Blues Committee, presented the Extra
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    Some of the more unusual car insurance claims in recent years have involved a kicking camel, a naked pedestrian and a nut-throwing squirrel, new research has revealed.Drivers have also cited decomposing carrots, a weary horse and a crashed
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