The BVRLA is urging the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to widen its market study into retail motor insurance pricing to include self-drive hire premiums.

The FCA’s study is part of a wider investigation into retail general insurance, aimed at ensuring competitive and fair prices for consumers. The BVRLA is arguing that SMEs are equally as vulnerable as consumers, and small rental companies in particular are bearing the brunt of some big increases in self-drive hire rental insurance.


Source: BVRLA News feed

The BVRLA is urging the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to widen its market study into retail motor insurance pricing to include self-drive hire premiums.

The FCA’s study is part of a wider investigation into retail general insurance, aimed at ensuring competitive and fair prices for consumers. The BVRLA is arguing that SMEs are equally as vulnerable as consumers, and small rental companies in particular are bearing the brunt of some big increases in self-drive hire rental insurance.


BVRLA calls on FCA to investigate rental insurance market
BVRLA calls on FCA to investigate rental insurance market
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