No collusion over car insurance increase – UOKiK

The Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has concluded that there was no illegal activity in relation to the increase in motor liability insurance prices. The increases resulted from the growing operating costs and deteriorating financial results of insurance companies, the study found.

Drivers have experienced a significant increase in liability insurance, and therefore UOKiK decided to conduct a market study in which it analyzed whether this could be due to price collusion.

UOKiK found there were economic factors causing the price hikes, such as the increase in the prices of repairs and medical services, as well as the fact that more Poles are driving abroad.

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