End of the road in sight for beleaguered motorists?
A recent ruling in a Supreme Court appeal could see things improve for motorists struggling with the cost of car insurance
For drivers, there has been one narrative drowning out all others over the last few years: that of spiralling motor insurance costs, each quote more unwieldy than the next.
Just weeks into 2017, following a major review of the cost pressures in the motor insurance market by a Department of Finance working group, a 178-page report containing numerous recommendations to reduce car insurance premiums was published.
In the days that followed, Eoghan Murphy, Minister of State...
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