I didn’t make any changes, why is my motor or home insurance premium higher?

Prices don’t always change because of something you’ve done. For example, more overall claims in your postcode during the last year could have made your price go up. There are also external factors – such as a changing claims market, more expensive repairs, severe weather and changes in law – that might mean your insurance costs more.

Being one of the UK's largest insurers, we're confident that we price our customers' premiums accurately. This is down to the huge amount of information we have, which is constantly updated.

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