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Young drivers to bear the brunt as car insurance costs continue to rise

Published on Monday 6th of March 2017 07:00:06 AM in Guardian

Getting the keys for a first car is a milestone in the lives of many young people. Another is the arrival of the first insurance bill, which shows that driving is an expensive business – and one that is about to get even more so.Changes announced ...

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