Analysis: Why falling premiums do not mean clear cut savings for motorists

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Falling average motor premiums may represent less significant savings for individual consumers than at first glance, experts have cautioned, while a swift return to pre-Covid motor premium levels is "not inevitable."

The average price paid for comprehensive motor insurance in the second quarter of the year was £460, down £14 on the first quarter of the year, and down £9 year on year, according to the Association

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