Two-thirds of Brits say that the UK hospitality trade needs the most economic assistance
23 June 2020
30 March 2020
Here's what to do if you're affected.
6 March 2020
Thieves target expensive exhaust components
20 December 2019
Laptops, photo albums and jewellery top the list of things people would grab first if their house was on fire.
10 July 2019
On the 16 February the flybmi airline ceased trading, leaving travellers at home and abroad without an onward flight. Here's what to do in case your flight has been cancelled.
18 February 2019
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit, meaning no transition period, will mean that insurance 'Green Cards' are likely to be required for UK drivers venturing across the Channel or into the Republic of Ireland from 29 March 2019.
28 November 2018
Not only are travellers leaving their valuables behind, some don't even bother to take insurance abroad, according to our summer survey.
21 August 2018
Potholes are costing drivers and their insurers at least £1 million per month due to massive car repair bills, according to AA estimates.
11 May 2018
Advice from the Civil Aviation Authority on what to do if you have flights booked with Monarch.
3 October 2017
The AA has welcomed the government's announcement that it will put new legislation before Parliament (7 September) which could see the so-called discount (or Ogden) rate for car insurance claims reset.
7 September 2017
The AA says that the reported rise in collisions involving uninsured drivers is deeply depressing but was avoidable.
29 August 2017
Our take on the latest premium price movements for drivers and homeowners.
27 April 2017
Our boiler cover now comes with a free energy switching service, finding the best available energy deals for our customers and switching them throughout the year.
23 February 2017
As Brits set off to enjoy a winter sports holiday, more than a fifth are likely to to drive. But have they remembered breakdown cover and travel insurance?
18 February 2017