With petrol and diesel prices increasing at a rate of 12% a year, the cost of car insurance has increased by over 200%.
The average annual premium for petrol is £1,600 compared to £800 for diesel.
The average premium for diesel is £4,100 compared to the £2,000 for petrol.
This means car insurance can now cost as much as £18,000 a year.
But is that fair?
There is no standard for how much insurance is too much?
The problem with comparing the cost for a car with a car is that insurance companies often try to make their prices look cheaper than they really are.
The most recent figures show that the average cost of insurance for a new car is £5,200 a year or £24,000 annually, and this rises by 1% a decade.
But this is only a snapshot.
The cost of an average year-old car, even with all the latest safety and emissions rules, will still be around £7,000.
So why are car prices so much more expensive than they used to be?
The answer to this is that the car market has changed significantly over the last 25 years.
The introduction of diesel cars and the introduction of electric cars in the 1970s and 80s led to an increase in the amount of petrol in the market.
But over time, as cars became more efficient, they became more expensive to insure, and more expensive in terms of their value.
And that’s because car companies have been able to offer cheaper insurance than they once did.
As a result, the average car insurance premium has increased from £1.5 million in 1990 to £1 billion in 2018, according to Insurance Research UK.
But, is that a fair comparison?
How much is too expensive?
It’s not just the amount that insurance is asking for.
It’s also the amount it is asking you to pay for it.
The average price of insurance in 2017 was £8,500, but this rose to £10,000 in 2018.
This is because the cost to insure a car has increased to reflect the cost you have to pay to insure your home.
This could be as much £20,000 or as little as £10.
That means your premium for car insurance will have increased by more than £20 a year!
But that’s not all.
If you have an accident, car insurance covers a significant amount of your medical expenses, even if the cause is something as trivial as a minor slip.
You may have to claim a small sum for the costs of your care, but the cost could be up to £40,000 and the insurance company could charge you more.
But you may also have to shell out extra for your own accident, for example, if you are injured in a fall and the car company doesn’t want to cover your claim.
This has also increased in recent years.
In 2017, the maximum limit on car insurance in England and Wales was £25,000, which means you could get as much insurance as £30,000 from your own car, which is a lot.
But if you fall out of your car, you can get as little coverage as £2 from the insurer.
The extra cost of being injured in the crash can be as high as £15,000 but if you have a collision, the limit is £15 million, so the cost would be £30 million.
But in 2018 you could be insured for as little at £1 million.
This was a big change and it has meant the number of people getting car insurance rose by more as well.
In some parts of the country, the number and value of accidents has increased significantly in recent times.
But there has been a shift away from car accidents to road traffic accidents.
This, combined with the introduction in the 1980s of the National Road Safety Strategy (NRSS), has caused some car insurance companies to reduce their premium, which has led to a drop in the average premium.
The NRSS has resulted in the value of a car in England rising by £1 a year and the value in Scotland and Northern Ireland falling by £3 a year in recent months.
But does this mean you should consider getting less insurance?
The reason is because insurance companies have to take into account a number of factors including: the age of the driver and the age and ability of the other drivers to drive the vehicle; the age, physical condition and physical condition of the passenger and the driver; the cost and availability of the car; the location of the vehicle, the distance to the driver, the weather and the quality of the road and any other factors.
Insurance companies can also try to lower their premium if there are factors such as: a person has been injured in an accident; the number, type and seriousness of the injuries, and whether the driver is fit to drive; or the number or severity of other injuries.
The risk factors that are included in the NR