How honest are you when it comes to insurance?
7:34am 28th September 2010
It seems many of us lie when we take out insurance.
But dishonest applicants may make their claims invalid - adding an average of 44-pounds to every other car and home insurance policy taken out.
We asked people in Accrington if they've ever bent the truth...
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