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It’s a legal requirement to have motor insurance if you own a car, even if it’s parked on your drive. Third-party, fire and theft (TPFT) is one of three options open to you. It sits between comprehensive, the most rigorous level of cover, and third-party only, the most basic.
Unlike comprehensive cover, TPFT won’t pay out if you’re injured or your car is damaged or written off following an incident that you’re responsible for, but it will protect other people and their property.
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