The largest Joint Policing Committee (JPC) in the country is to ask the insurance industry to provide discounts to customers who detail descriptions, makes, models, and serial numbers of valuable property in a logbook.
Tue, 15 May, 2018
The Irish Insurance Federation has today denied that homeowners in flood-risk areas are being targeted by price-fixing.
Tue, 19 Mar, 2013
Councillors are to provide Cork’s county manager with documented proof of how some insurance firms have hiked premiums for householders and businesses hit by last June’s floods — even though they are now refusing them flood cover.
Fri, 11 Jan, 2013
Drivers, especially ‘boy racers’, who modify their cars, should notify their insurance companies.
Fri, 17 Feb, 2012
Our improving safety record on the roads is pushing down the cost of car insurance - even for young, high-risk male drivers.
Sat, 18 Aug, 2007
MOTORISTS who don't shop around for insurance can end up paying five times too much for cover.
Thu, 11 Dec, 2003
The Irish Insurance Federation is welcoming an interim report on reform of the insurance market.
Thu, 07 Aug, 2003
The vice-president of the Insurance Federation is calling for gardai to enforce speeding laws more strictly.
Tue, 27 May, 2003
The National Safety Council has received €1.25m in funding from the Irish Insurance Federation for the promotion of road and fire safety in 2003.
Wed, 07 May, 2003
A new penalty points system for motorists could ‘‘flop’’ unless the correct technology is in place to manage the system, the Insurance Federation has warned.
Sun, 04 Aug, 2002
The Irish Insurance Federation has announced the establishment of an Insurance Industry Action Group which will implement some of the recommendations of the Motor Insurance Advisory Board.
Sun, 07 Jul, 2002
Irish car insurance claims cost the industry twice what they should, according to a report published today.
Thu, 22 Nov, 2001
Industry bosses have blasted uninsured drivers for pushing up the cost of motoring, and according to those in the know, the situation is set to get worse.
Thu, 31 May, 2001
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