- Free Car, Home & Pet Insurance Giveaway

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As part of it's consumer help programs, is giving away free insurance to it's news readers starting New Years Day 2009. provides thousands of consumers and industry professionals with insurance related news all year long. Now, they are helping out their readership during this tough financial period by planning a string of free insurance giveaways.

The first draw is on New Year's Day -- just a couple of days away. Each draw is free to enter and whether their following the newsfeed via an RSS reader or receiving each update by email, every reader is in with a chance.

Policies from any UK insurer can be redeemed such as Esure, Direct Line, Liverpool Victoria, Churchill or even Norwich Union. Winners can also choose which type of insurance policy they are looking for to be free -- pet, home, motorcycle, life, health or even car insurance can be redeemed.

Only one entry of your name and contact details (which are kept private, not sold on) is required to be part of every future draw, with winners being announced via the news feed located at:

There's no adverts, no sign-in process, no spam and no further action once entered into the prize draw. Getting free car insurance just for tapping into an insurance news feed sounds too good to be true. But NCD News knows that without readers, the news desk would not exist and there is no more fitting way to thank readers of an insurance news website than with a year's free insurance.

To find out more information on entering your name into the draw visit:

About: NCD News covers insurance related news aimed at both the industry and consumers, providing a balanced look at developments that could affect it's readership. You can find more information at

The difference with NCD News is that they don't try to cover every story. Not every story gives the consumer information that is actually important, interesting or helpful toward general insurance-making decisions.

They will cover stories about insurers facing financial difficulties or those that may be raising their premiums in the near future. They won't generally cover stories about insurers moving premises or redecorating their offices.

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