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Take a pop at this: New bubble wrap machine deflates insurance costs!

Nothing spells bubble trouble like a crook breaking into – or worse, stealing – your car. And with the cost of living crisis popping off, car insurance premiums are bubbling to new heights. 

One forward-thinking insurance company, Elbub Car Insurance, has concocted an effervescent answer to the problem: an innovative bubble wrap machine that protects your car from vandalism, break-ins and theft. 

The new invention, the Bubblelock, works wonders for bursting insurance premiums. The firm notes that clients who purchase the contraption – on sale for $90 – will receive popping insurance discounts. 

As well as being available for an un-bubblee-vable price, the automated machine is as easy to use as, well, blowing a bubble! 

It’s ready to go as soon as you unwrap it. Simply aim the nozzle of the Bubblelock at your car, click the start button, and slowly walk around your vehicle until it’s completely wrapped.

Better still, Elbub notes that the machine is also suitable for wrapping motorbikes, e-scooters and bicycles, meaning almost everyone can take a pop.

The Bubblelock will be available for purchase directly from Elbub’s website from the 2nd of May, 2023. So, if you want to flatten your insurance costs, it’s definitely worth a wrap!

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