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This is the most basic level of car insurance, and it’s the minimum cover that you’re legally required to have. This covers other people but not you. So if you injure someone or damage their vehicle or property, they’ll be covered. But you’ll have to pay for it yourself if your vehicle is damaged or stolen.
This level of car insurance is pretty similar to third party. It covers other people if you injure them or damage their vehicle or property. And if your car is damaged, you have to pay for it yourself.
The difference is that with this level, you will be covered for repairs and replacements if your car is stolen or damaged by fire.
This is the most holistic level of car insurance. Fully comprehensive covers you for all of the things you’re covered for under third party and third party, fire and theft. Under this level, you’re also covered if your own car is damaged — even if it was your own fault.
Fully comprehensive covers you for any medical expenses, repairs, fire damage, theft and vandalism (somebody deliberately damaging your car).
Getting a lower level of insurance doesn’t necessarily mean cheaper car insurance. You can sometimes get fully comprehensive cover for less money than third party.
Ideally, you’ll have your car’s number plate. Don’t worry if you don’t have it to hand. You can still get a quote using other details of your car.
What type of license do you have? How long have you had it? Have you had any points or disqualifications over the past five years?
Raised a claim or had an accident in the last five years? We’ll need the date and cost of the claim and the nature of the accident.
An NCB is a count of the number of years you haven’t made a claim on your insurance. You’ll need details of your NCB. You can get these from your current car insurance provider.
Planning on having other people use your car? You’ll need their names and license details.
Insurance can be pricey, especially if you renew with the same firm every year. That’s why you should always shop around. Running a quote with Compare lets you compare policies from over 100 car insurance brands, and makes it easy to switch if you find a cheaper deal — without sacrificing your quality of cover.
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Loyalty is expensive. Don’t let your car insurance auto-renew. You could make your insurance cheaper by shopping around and finding a better deal when your insurance is up for renewal.
Paying for your car insurance year in one go could be a lot cheaper. You’ll avoid the added interest rates of paying monthly.
You could make your premium cheaper by increasing your voluntary excess — the amount that you’re willing to pay if you raise a claim. If you believe you’re a safe driver, this can be a smart way to reduce the cost of your premium.
One of the factors insurers take into account is mileage. The fewer miles you drive, the less insurers will see you as a risk. So reduce your mileage to make your car insurance cheap — maybe take public transport every now and again. Don't be tempted to lie to you insurance provider about your mileage, though. There are serious repercussions for doing this.
Older drivers are statistically considered to be some of the safest on the road. Groups such as the over 60s attract some of the lowest premiums.
Women drivers, while legally not allowed to receive discounts or favourable quotations based on their gender, tend to drive in a safer manner, driving more economical, less powerful vehicles, and have occupations that have a lower risk rating. As a consequence, they tend to be offered lower premiums.
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