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Car insurance

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Van insurance

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Motorbike insurance

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Home insurance

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Pet insurance

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Travel insurance

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Enter the details of what you need insured (takes just minutes). We’ll do the hard work, finding the right prices and deals for you.


Compare the prices and policies from some the UK's most reputable insurers, including Admiral, AA, AXA and more.

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Once you’ve bought your insurance, all there’s left to do is kick back and wait for your cashback to come to you.

Why should I get insurance through Compare?


Comparison sites sometimes throw in a benefit if you buy insurance through them. But we give you something better — cold, hard cash.

When you buy an insurance policy through Compare, the insurer gives us a commission. We then pass most of that commission on to you, the customer. That's how cashback works.

All you have to do is decide what to spend your cashback on.

Only see our best insurance quotes

The platform we use includes some of the UK’s most reputable insurers. They pay us a commission but that doesn’t mean that we show any favouritism when it comes to which quotes we show you.

The platform is completely personalised. This means that we take into account your personal details and preferences and show you quotes tailored to you. This way you can trust that you’re always getting our best deal.

Get what you see

The insurance prices we show are not estimates. They’re completely accurate numbers. No more, no less.

What’s more, we don’t change the original price at all. This means you’ll pay the exact same going through Compare as you would going directly to the provider.


Why is insurance important?

Insurance is important because it protects you in the event of something bad happening to your vehicle, property, pet or person. It’s not nice to think of accidents or illnesses happening to us, but the truth of the matter is that these things do sometimes happen, and you’ll want to be financially protected if and when they do.

In some cases, it’s legally required to have insurance. This is true for motorised vehicles — cars, vans, motorbikes, caravans. Driving a vehicle in the UK without at least the lowest level of motor insurance is illegal, and the penalties for such behaviour are not nice. Plus, when it comes to home insurance, buildings insurance is often required under a mortgage contract.

Other insurance policies are not legal requirements, but are financially wise. Take home, travel or fully comprehensive vehicle insurance, for example. If you own your home and do not have buildings or contents insurance, then you’ll have to pay if your house is damaged or you’re the victim of burglary. Are you sure you’ll be able to afford such payouts if the time comes?

Then there are insurance types that are not legal requirements, and it’s ultimately up to you if you invest them or not. Take pet insurance, for example. Think about the age of your pet, whether it’s had any previous conditions and its lifestyle. Then think about how vet bills cost. From this, you can decide whether you think pet insurance is for you or not.

So, insurance is important because it’s either a legal requirement, financially wise or just good for your peace of mind.

What insurance do I need?

Well, that all depends on what you want to insure and to what level you want it insured. If you want to insure your motorised vehicle — your car, van or motorbike — there are different levels and types of insurance you can invest in. These will affect what price you pay and for how much you are covered.

If you want to get home insurance, you’ll have to look into getting building insurance, contents insurance or both.

Going on holiday? Then it’s highly advisable to get some travel insurance. Travel (or holiday) insurance doesn’t tend to be too expensive. And it’s a very good idea to have, especially if you’re going somewhere with high medical costs, such as the USA.

Then there’s pet insurance. These policies insure your furry friends in the sad cases of accidents, illnesses and theft.

Why is insurance so expensive?

We understand. Getting insurance can be a pain. Not least because it can often come at a high price. A lot of the time, the cost of your insurance depends a lot on the person getting out the policy — and this is where we can see the price rise.

This is especially true for motor insurance. If you’re a young, relatively inexperienced driver, then you’re likely to pay more in insurance as providers see you as more likely to have an accident and take out a claim.

The same goes for travel insurance. Older people with previous medical conditions pay more for travel insurance as they’re seen as more likely to fall ill and take out a claim.

There are some ways to make insurance cheaper, however. For motor, home and pet insurance, you can increase your voluntary excess. This is the amount you agree with your provider to pay every time you take out a claim. If you agree to pay a higher voluntary excess, you can end up paying less for your premiums.

This could be good for you if you think it’s unlikely you’ll take out a claim. Don’t go too mad when it comes to agreeing on a voluntary excess price, though. You’ll have to be able to afford the price if it does come to you taking out a claim.

Useful information

Please note: by clicking the "Get a quote" button, you consent to your details being used by the comparison partner and insurance quote providers. Don't worry, they won't call or email you.

When using the Compare service, you must take reasonable care to answer insurers' questions fully and accurately and if you volunteer other information, you must take reasonable care to ensure that the information is not misleading. If any information that you have provided changes before you take out your insurance, during the life of the policy or at renewal you must inform the insurer or broker of the change. If you deliberately or carelessly misrepresent any information in relation to this insurance, then your policy may not pay all, or part, of a claim and could in certain circumstances be avoided altogether.

The comparison service for travel, pet, van & bike insurance accessed via Compare is provided by Quotezone, 100% independent UK insurance comparison. Quidco is a trading style of Maple Syrup Media Ltd, who are an Introducer Appointed Representative of Seopa Ltd, trading as Quotezone, who are authorised and regulated by the FCA, number 313860. Quotezone run and operate the insurance comparison service. By using this system you are agreeing to our terms and conditions & privacy policy.

The comparison service for home & car insurance accessed via Compare is provided by Ltd t/a who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Maple Syrup Media Ltd is entered on the Financial Services Register under reference 808298 and registered in England and Wales, registration number 05498276, with its registered office at 76-80 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3JL. Quidco is an intermediary and receives a percentage of the commission if you buy directly through us. Quidco is a trading style of Maple Syrup Media Ltd which is an appointed representative of Ltd t/a who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. By using this system, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions & privacy policy.