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Press Releases from (6 total) launches Facebook app that burgles houses has launched a Facebook video app called 'House of Horrors' in order to raise awareness of the importance of home insurance, coinciding with the launch of's Nectar campaign, where customers can collect 1,000 Nectar points with every home, pet, van, bike and car insurance policy bought through Customers who buy life insurance will receive 3,000 Nectar points. The app clearly shows why people need home insurance ( ) and customers can partners with medical insurance comparison website ActiveQuote is pleased to announce the launch of its latest partnership with private medical insurance comparison website ActiveQuote which will power the private medical insurance service. recognises that consumers want the best experience when comparing products online. The new partnership with ActiveQuote will strengthen customer’s choice on private health insurance for both themselves and their families. Private medical insurance has always been seen as a complicated issue; however wanted research reveals the decline of the driving test has unveiled that 13 per cent of people know someone who is driving on roads without a driving licence, identifying a menace on today's roads, the driver that hasn't taken their driving test. The research shows that there has been a dramatic fall in the number of people learning to drive in a short time period as a result of huge rises in the cost of motoring. According to figures and Dogs Trust study reveals how owners keep their dogs happy on ca …

According to a new study into car owners and their pets by, more than one in three (39%) pet lovers takes their dogs or cats on car journeys with them regularly. Of those surveyed, 41% say their pets enjoy being in the car. The study reveals that listening to the radio helps pet owners keep their animals amused on longer journeys with Adele, Madonna and Lady Gaga being the urges motorists to fall back in love with service stations has revealed new research which shows that motorists are shunning motorway service stations on long journeys and risking their lives as a result. The survey by car insurance experts revealed that 79% of drivers are not taking sufficient breaks on UK roads. The research, which explores the UK's motorway service station habits, found that a third (32%) of motorists have fallen out of love with the 'airports of our roads' has revealed many drivers do not know the drink-drive limit has revealed the results of a study* which shows that 14% of people will drink-drive this Christmas, with nearly a quarter of those admitting they don't know how many units are in one drink and 22% saying they don't feel tipsy so it's okay. 1 in 5 say they simply can't be bothered to walk home. A shocking 71% of the UK admit they don't know what the drink

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