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Driving to Europe after Brexit? Here's when you'll need to ask your insurer for a green card

Some major insurers have told MoneySavingExpert they've started issuing 'green cards' to motorists who want to drive in the EU in case of a no-deal Brexit - but one big name isn't yet providing them. Here's how to apply and how long each insurer will take to send them

13 February 2019

Will your travel insurer cover your holiday against Brexit flight disruption?

Holidaymakers with travel insurance policies from at least seven major firms may not be covered for hotel, car hire and other costs if they have to cancel their trip because of Brexit-related flight disruption, MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal. If you're worried, check your policy now - and if you do want cover for disruption, you need to sort it now or risk not being able to get it.

29 January 2019

1m+ drivers could have paid less for their licence in past three years

More than a million drivers have paid more than they needed to when applying for or renewing a licence in the past three years because they've done it by post rather than online, MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal

8 January 2019

Aviva to launch monthly 'subscription' insurance service – but how does it stack up?

Aviva will launch the service in the next few weeks

5 December 2018

Household bills now rising faster than inflation, MSE Bills Tracker shows

Household bills are rising faster than inflation for the first time since April 2017, according to the latest MSE Bills Tracker

26 November 2018

Pothole damage payouts double after harsh winter

The number of successful pothole claims following incidents on motorways or major A roads more than doubled in the last financial year, according to new figures from Highways England.

22 November 2018

Martin's response to Times story about TIF, Holidaysafe and MSE

The Times has an upsetting article today about travel insurer TIF. It includes reports such as one of its customers needed to be medically evacuated from the Canaries, and their family (rightly by the sound of it) was deeply unhappy with its treatment

20 November 2018

Guest Comment: Don't lose out by being loyal to your insurer

Christopher Woolard, Executive Director of Strategy and Competition at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), explains why the regulator is examining how insurance firms decide what prices they charge their customers

8 November 2018

Compare The Market home insurance deals 'could result in higher premiums'

The competition watchdog has provisionally found that clauses in many of ComparetheMarket’s contracts with home insurers break competition law and could lead to higher premiums

2 November 2018

Financial watchdog to probe home and car insurance pricing

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set out the issues it will focus on as part of a market study into how insurance firms charge their customers for home and motor insurance

31 October 2018

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