If the latest Motor Insurance Premium Tracker of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) is anything to go by, it looks like policyholders have hit a roadblock when it comes to the cost of coverage.
According to the tracker, the average price paid for motor insurance in the second quarter went up slightly by £1 on the first quarter of 2019. The rise to £467 follows a record £15 fall in the previous quarter.
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