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More than 40% of parents commit car insurance fraud

29th June 2010

Research has revealed that 41% of parents are claiming to be the main driver on a car insurance policy which is actually for one of their children.

This practice is fraud, known as motor insurance ‘fronting’.

It occurs when a higher risk driver, such as a younger driver, is added as a named driver to a car insurance policy, when they are in fact the main driver or owner of the vehicle. 

Consequences of fronting


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