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We're fighting back against the car insurance auto-renewal trap
Over the past week we've been working on two very different ways to help you avoid getting ripped off.

Firstly, we continue to campaign against the unfair system of car insurance auto-renewals - where insurers automatically extend your policy for a second year, at a new, and often inflated, price. Confusing and misleading techniques are used to trap customers into auto-renewing, and we believe many should be made clearer or even banned. We spoke to MPs last week in the House of Commons and we will be at each of the main party conferences over the next couple of weeks to convince the change-makers to act, and help drivers save money. Get full information on our auto-renewals campaign.

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MPs back our call to halt £1.3 billion auto-renewal rip-off
We all know how easy it is to just let our car insurance automatically renew for another year. But doing so can see you pay out far more for your cover than if you'd shopped around. That's why we're challenging the insurance industry to overhaul the auto-renewal process and make it fairer for drivers like you. We've even got the support of MPs. Here's Kevin Pratt with the details. Read more »
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