Jobless and parents pay more for their car insurance, research reveals

Alex Robbins
Jobless and parents pay more for their car insurance, research reveals
Jobless and parents pay more for their car insurance, research reveals


Drivers who are unemployed could be paying as much as 22 per cent more for their car insurance, new research has revealed.

Consumer advocacy group Which? has published the findings after carrying out online quotations with five of the UK's biggest insurers - Aviva, Co-operative Insurance, LV=, More Than Insurance and Direct Line.