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We compare car insurance from over 140 insurance providers across the UK so that you can choose the deal that’s right for you.
Car insurance quotes are calculated using a string of factors - some simple for you to change, some you can’t easily control - including your age, years of driving experience and where you live. But that doesn't mean there aren't ways to get a cheaper car insurance quote and save quite a lot.
The first thing to do is to check what other providers will offer you using our insurance comparison tool - that way you can see if your provider is offering you a competitive deal.
Read the Key Features document for policies you are considering to ensure that it also offers all of the right coverage for you, so it pays out when you need it.
If you are renewing your car insurance, it helps to shop around - about three weeks ahead of time ideally - and go back to your current insurer and ask them to beat the best quote you find.
It’s illegal to drive or park a car on a UK road without adequate car insurance. There are three types to choose from.
The highest level of cover available protects you, your passengers and your car following an accident regardless of who’s to blame. It also covers anyone else harmed in the incident and pays out if their vehicle or property was damaged or destroyed. Fire damage, theft or attempted theft of your car is also covered.
Third party, fire and theft (TPFT) won’t cover your injuries or damage to your car following an incident, but it will protect others, including cars or other property, as well as covering for fire and theft losses relating to your car.
This is the most basic level of cover that’s legally allowed in the UK. It won’t pay out any losses you incur but will pay if other people, including any passengers you’re carrying, are injured. It also covers any damage or loss to another person’s property, as well as any injuries they sustain following an incident involving your car.
Paying car insurance in full for the whole year up front, instead of in monthly instalments, can save you money as you won't be charged interest on them.
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