Friday, February 23, 2007

Rising insurance premiums?

Apparently, the Department of Transport has managed to write off £212,325 worth of cars in the last ten months due to accidents. Wonder what that does to their premium?

Update: I am clearly an idiot who cannot read. The figure above is actually the total over three years, not ten months. The figure for the last year is £118,300. I shall get my coat and leave now with shamed embarassment.

1 comments:

Surreptitious Evil said...
24 Feb 2007 18:49:00  

The Government only takes 3rd party for its cars (including hire ones - and won't reimburse you for insurance purchased - which can cause issues when you have a particularly educated assistant behind the desk). So probably not that much difference - especially as it is likely to all be managed centrally. Through the Treasury Solicitors perhaps?

S-E


 

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