CHESTER, England Feb. 22, 2011 cheap car insurance
LOYALTY DOESN’T PAY
Britain can’t be bothered
The research found drivers stay faithful to their provider for an average 2.6 years, with motorists aged 55 and over the most loyal of the age groups; sticking for an average 3.3 years.
"Insurers count on customer apathy to reap the profits, so it is alarming so many motorists are prepared to waste their hard-earned cash by not looking for a better deal. Even if you think your quote can’t be beaten, it only takes a few minutes to make sure you really do have the best value policy to suit your needs."
Notes to Editors:
15 February 2011
19 per cent of 33.4 million = 6,361,504, or 6.3 million.
(2) Eight per cent of 33.4 million drivers = 2,678,528
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