People sometimes ask if sometimes it makes sense not to claim on car insurance for damage and instead pay for repairs themselves. The answer is ‘yes’ and there are a few scenarios when it may be worth getting repairs done and paying out of your own pocket.
Ever wondered how alloy wheel repair work? When your alloy wheels need repairing, you need a reliable Liverpool alloy wheel repairs service to treat the damage. This is an ideal service to boost the value of your car when you are due to sell or part-exchange it. Alternatively, you may just want to get admiring looks and comments you’re your friends and passers-by. Best of all, it eliminates the high cost of purchasing a brand-new set of expensive alloy wheels. But did you know how we make your alloy wheels look like new?
Car depreciation happens quickly. The minute you drive your new car off the forecourt your vehicle loses up to a fifth of its value. In the first year, cars depreciate about 30%, and some models depreciate as much as two-thirds over the first three years. So how can you maximise your car’s trade in value when it comes to trade-in time?
Can claiming on car insurance be a bad idea? In many cases, the answer is yes!
Every day, 33,000 penalty notices are issued by police and local authorities; that’s one every 2.5 seconds. The vast majority of these are automatic fines, and the penalties are issued without human judgement being exercised. But, does automatic fines really reduce accidents?