Car owners in Dundee are paying an average of £46 more in car insurance than this time last year, new figures have revealed.
Data compiled by comparison website Confused.com shows the average premium paid by drivers in the city at the start of the year was £622.
This year’s average is £46 higher than in 2017 — meaning car owners are paying 8% more than they did last year.
The figures also reveal that Dundonians are suffering less than their counterparts in other Scottish cities.
In Glasgow, drivers are paying an average of £63 more a year, while in Aberdeen, car insurance bills are up £75 on 2017.
Amanda Stretton, motoring editor at Confused.com, said motorists should always study their renewal letters closely and shop around for the best deals.
She added: “The good news is that insurers now have to show drivers what they paid for car insurance last year, making it easier to compare with the renewal price.”