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Credit card charges: Young people 'suffer most' from car insurance premiums

Young people trying to pay for car insurance may end up facing credit card charges because of the high tariffs they are met with.

David Ward, MP for Bradford East, explained that rising car insurance premiums is becoming a "big issue" and that his constituency "can't go on like this".

He said: "Young people and new drivers suffer the most of all. Young drivers have always been classified as a high risk group so for that reason alone they have historically faced higher premiums. They are reaching a level that is making [car insurance] unaffordable."

Mr Ward added that he is getting reports of rates quoted by companies who do not want to insure young people in particular.

As a result of this problem, the Bradford East MP has called on his constituency members to fill out his survey in order to fight for affordable car insurance and to introduce tougher policing of uninsured drivers.

Samantha Clarke

Samantha is a former banking assistant and has over ten years experience in retail banking.

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