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Money saving expert Martin Lewis explains the tricks young drivers can use to slash car insurance

MailOnline Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Money saving expert Martin Lewis explains the tricks young drivers can use to slash car insuranceMoney saving guru Martin Lewis has revealed the secret way young drivers can cut down on their car insurance on the Martin Lewis Money Show on ITV.
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