We have a sizeable population from Eastern Europe living in Britain now. Some of them, particularly the Polish immigrants have been here for several years now and like any group growing roots in their new country, they are assimulating into the wider fabric of society and that particularly includes the job market. For instance, if you go into a large number of banks now, chances are, there may well be a Pole or two dishing out the readies to you or taking your money off you to pay a bill which brings me to the nub of the matter! Both of my son's have full driving licenses but neither of them drive at the moment because the insurance costs are so high. The oldest one left Uni last year and is working with me to set up a new business. The youngest one is still at Uni although he graduates shortly. My youngest son has a couple of young Polish mates who work in a bank and he told me how they sort out their car insurance needs very cheaply. They quite simply insure their cars in Poland at Polish rates and then drive them in Britain. So, fully insured at a fraction of the cost of insuring with a British insurance firm. My point is this! If people can access insurance conpanies in places like Poland and get substantially better deals, surely the rest of us can do the same? Poland like many other places are a part of the European Union. Surely that's one of the reasons for the E.U. existing, common market and all that? What do you think. Am I missing something?