London, UK (PRWeb UK) July 4, 2010
Although driving without car insurance is against the law, research has shown that five per cent of UK motorists still get behind the wheel without a policy . With more than 31.6 million cars now on the road, Post Office Car Insurance is reminding motorists to ensure they have appropriate car insurance cover .
People driving without adequate car insurance is key a concern for many road users. Recent research from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) highlights UK drivers' top concerns about car-related crime, revealing that 34 per cent of people think drivers without car insurance are the most likely to cause an accident on the road .
Post Office Car Insurance reminds motorists that it is important for them to check their car insurance policies and ensure that cover is provided if their vehicle is damaged by an uninsured driver. Post Office Car insurance offers three levels of car insurance tailored to suit the needs of motorists; third party, third party, fire and theft, and comprehensive for those seeking the highest levels of protection and peace of mind from their car insurance cover.