Travel and Car Insurance News
April 2012 Page 2

  • Home insurance holders: how about herbs? 09 April 2012 Keen gardeners have been told that three herbs would make particularly nice additions to their gardens.
  • Lots to do in costly kitchens, says expert 10 April 2012 A home expert has said that kitchens are costly but can be used for a wide variety of things.
  • Expensive Cars 11 April 2012 bring you information on the most expensive car sale in the UK, in a time when purse strings are tightening and budgets decreasing. Get a life, get Swiftcovered.
  • 'Massive choice' for keeping warm at home 12 April 2012 No sooner had the sun started to shine and the gloves stashed away for another year, did we find ourselves facing a cold patch.
  • Latest Bathroom Trends Revealed 14 April 2012 Bathrooms have reversed the trend of cinema, slipping not from black and white to colour, but from colour to white - without the black! according to one expert.
  • Ford to play texts to car insurance holders 15 April 2012 Rolling out a product that it has previously implemented in America, Ford has announced a new mobile phone themed car feature.
  • Contents insurance for garden items 16 April 2012 With the British nights now becoming lighter, people should ensure that they keep their gardens secure to discourage thieves from stealing any furniture or garden equipment from them.
  • How well do you know your highway code? 17 April 2012 Motorists are putting the lives of themselves, pedestrians and other drivers in danger by not being fully knowledgeable of the Highway Code, according to a recent study.
  • Cyclist caution advised by IAM 18 April 2012 The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has heralded new research into SMIDSYs, an acronym they say stands for the phrase "sorry mate I didn?t see you".
  • Gold price may be linked to home insurance claims 19 April 2012 A spike in domestic robberies has led to an increase in home insuranceclaims during recent months, potentially influenced by a six-fold rise in gold prices.

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