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Because every car insurance company has a different deal with a comparison site, consumer journalist James Daley advises consumers to go to all of them in order to get the best price.
Mr Daley said: “The comparison sites are going to be taking a commission for every time they sell a policy.
The runner up was Go Compare – also with Admiral – at £355, while in third place was an Endsleigh policy on at £391.
Bringing up the rear was Moneysupermarket, with a First policy at £400.
“Every car insurance company is negotiating a different deal with each of the comparison sites, which is annoying for us consumers because we need to end up going to all the comparison sites to work out whether or not we’ve got the best deal.” Out of the nearly 50 comparison sites to choose from, Mr Daley recommends looking at the top four at the very least.
Using one of the production team’s details to see just how different car insurance quotes might be, the programme found that after an hour of searching the site, the cheapest policy was Compare the Market with an Admiral policy at £353 per year.
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, which airs on Monday evening at 8.30pm, has found that some comparison websites are charging over £300 more for the same car insurance policy than other providers.