31 Loading... Follow Share Share with the world Promote Motoring insurance fees that are proportional to mileage driven by HADRIAN ION Jan 11, 2021 3 Comments 2 Links #auto, #car, #driving, #insurance, #money, #motoring, #tax, Help this idea by adding useful links or joining the discussion Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Add a Link to your Comment Product YesNo product pages where people can buy online Cause YesNo good causes, charities, educational projects Investment YesNo crowdfunding projects or investment pages Requires approval Name * Email * 3 Comments green fingers on January 11, 2021 at 8:12 am Idea: Motoring insurance fees that are proportional to mileage drivenLink: https://www.bymiles.co.uk/insu... In the UK, unless you rack up over 7000 miles per year, you are going to be overcharged. Another incentive to burn fossil fuels at the cost of others. I can’t wait until the petrochemical industry guys get stung up, they have already been knocked off the rich-list by digital pioneers. There day will come. Why are low mileage drivers charged more? | Car Insurance | By Miles Our analysis of 2.5 million car insurance quotes from MoneySuperMarket suggests that 19 million low mileage motorists in the UK are in danger of being over-charged for car insurance. MeterMan on January 11, 2021 at 3:08 am Idea: Motoring insurance fees that are proportional to mileage drivenLink: https://www.comparethemarket.c... Premiums ARE based on milage, somewhat. Compare the Market - How does annual mileage affect the cost of car insurance? How can your annual mileage affect your car insurance? Find out ways to track your mileage and compare quotes to find the right deal to suit your driving needs. Clever Dick on January 11, 2021 at 4:09 am …just not proportional, which is what the idea suggests.