Motor insurers should stop apologising for premiums

Editor’s View: Rather than toadying to MPs by promising to tackle premiums, Emma Ann Hughes argues providers should do a better job of explaining the value of car insurance.

The rise of price comparison websites and demise of conversations with brokers and provider’s sales teams about motor insurance has created a market where consumers know the price of their policy

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