In February 2020, I was feeling a little drowsy. As a person who takes an extremely keen interest in keeping Continue reading
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Apparently, because my car was broken into in London, it makes me – not my car – a higher risk to the insurer. It doesn’t matter where I live. I could have been robbed in downtown Los Angeles and then moved to a hamlet in Wales, but I would still be a higher risk and therefore have to pay more for my car insurance, even though I haven’t even claimed or cost the insurer a penny extra.