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Motorists to feel the insurance backlash

Motor insurance premiums, which are at their lowest since 1999, will begin to rise again in the New Year, driven up by the recent increase in the number of car accidents on Irish roads.

10th December, 2005

Motor insurance premiums, which are at their lowest since 1999, will begin to rise again in the New Year, driven up by the recent increase in the number of car accidents on Irish roads.

Several industry experts have said they believe premiums have now bottomed out and would begin to soar again in response to rising insurance claims.

Damien O'Neill of Allianz Ireland said motor insurance rates had dropped significantly over the past three years. He...

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