That doesn't help drink drivers now, for 2 reasons. Firstly brokers do not provide insurance cover, they source it from insurance companies, so we still do not not know the name of an insurance company that provides cheaper insurance. Secondly that is well out of date because Hill House Hammond went out of business 9 years ago. (Perhaps it was because they were offering silly quotes?) What was left was taken over by Aviva, and this is what they say on their website:I have told you this before, Hill House Hammond insurance brokers.
Motorists who are convicted of drink-driving could find that the incident impacts upon their car insurance premiums in the long term, stated a spokesperson for ABI, although another consequence could include being unable to drive for a job.
"One conviction of drink-driving could mean that many companies won't insure you, at best you'll find insurance very expensive [and] there's a financial cost to drink-driving as well as a social and a legal one," he added.
Telling people that there was a good deal to be had 26 years ago does not help drink drivers now.