The Best and Worst Cities in the UK for Car Insurance

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Best and Worst Cities in UK for Car Insurance 

Research conducted by SmartWitness Incident Cameras has revealed the best and worst cities for car insurance premiums. The research is based on insurance for a 43-year-old married man with three children who owns his own home, parks on the street and works as a retail account manager.

Aberdeen tops the table where residents can expect to pay an average of £156.98 for car insurance compared to Bordesley Green in Birmingham where residents can expect to pay £1,101.62 in premiums. In fact, nine of the ten most expensive places for car insurance are situated in Birmingham.

 

The top five cheapest cities for car insurance are below:

 
  • Aberdeen £156.98
  • Plymouth £170.43
  • Bristol £177.03
  • Oxford £186.55
  • Edinburgh £187.05

 

And the top five worst postcodes for car insurance:

 

  • B9- Bordesley Green £1,101.62
  • B10 -Small Heath £1,016.53
  • B11- Sparkhill, Tyseley £1,013.53
  • B66- Smethwick, Bearwood, Sandwell £911.89
  • B8- Washwood Heath, Ward End, Saltley £909.20
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