This is a question that has dogged many of us for the past 20 years.
It is not a question we want to have to ask again.
And it’s a question most of us would be too scared to answer.
So we’ve looked to the experts and asked them.
The results of this survey are in.
They say if you buy a car with an auto insurance company and then drive it, you will pay about a third more than if you drive without one.
And if you are a woman who drives, you’ll pay about half more than a man who drives.
What’s more, if you take out a car in the next year, you are going to pay about £2,000 more than you would if you didn’t buy the policy.
For most people, the biggest cost comes from the cost of the insurance.
If you have a policy with your local insurer, you pay a lot more than that, but that comes at a high risk of a deductible.
If your car has a serious injury, you could be at a higher risk of losing your home and possibly your entire savings.
The cost of insurance policy companies can add up.
There is another risk that comes with buying a car: it is often the case that the policies that come with your car don’t cover any major damage.
The insurers often offer an extended warranty that gives them a bit more leeway to cover these minor damage.
But if you do a lot of damage, your policy could run out and you could end up with a huge bill.
We’ve taken a survey of car insurance companies across the country and asked about the cost, benefits, and potential for future claims.
Here are some of the findings: A recent survey by the Insurance Industry Association of Australia (IIA) found that the average cost of car policies was £5,200.
But the costs can vary.
For example, if a car is worth £20,000, it would cost around £20 to buy it with an extended period of insurance.
However, if the insurance company’s policy is worth only £1,000 it is cheaper to buy a new car with a one-year guarantee than to buy the same car with three-year insurance.
So if you have no major damages, it’s more economical to buy with an insurance company.
When it comes to the benefits of car insurers, most people say the benefits outweigh the costs.
But there is a caveat.
Many of the costs come from what the companies call “crosstabs” – the claims made from the first accident, or the last accident.
For most people this is not significant.
However, there is some evidence that there may be a cost to those who have had accidents earlier.
A survey of over 1,000 people in Britain found that people who had a minor accident before the age of 25 had an average of £2m of additional costs.
This means that a person with minor injuries in the age group of 25 to 34 would be paying more than £1.5m in costs.
Another survey in Australia found that those who had minor accidents before the ages of 16 had an increased risk of injury.
And a study of more than 2,000 drivers in Germany found that in the last five years, the average age of those who received a claim for an accident was 37.
The findings have implications for how you plan your car insurance.
Do you think you are entitled to the full value of the policy?
Will you be liable for the full cost of a claim if it is cancelled?
What are the benefits and risks of buying a new policy?
If you or someone you know is considering buying a policy, please contact us.
Source: BBC News