Quick Start Guide To Car Insurance

You are legally obliged to have car insurance. There are three levels of cover to choose from and oddly enough the best cover – fully comprehensive – is often cheapest. It also pays to know how your no claims bonus works and how to get the excess levels right on your policy.

As hinted at above, there are many different types of car on the road, as well as many different types of motorist. So, naturally, there are many different types of car insurance policy to suit their needs.

A young driver who has recently passed his test and wants to insure a second-hand car will not want the same cover as, for example, a more experienced motorist who regularly takes their vehicle abroad.

Comparison sites are one of the quickest way to make sure you get the quote you need:

  • Correct level of cover
  • Bespoke to your requirements
  • Good value
  • All the added extras

The popular comparison websites fire your details to a huge selection of insurers’ and brokers’ websites, scraping their data off the screens to report back the cheapest, at this point it is worth mentioning that, by using a comparison service, your personal details may well be fed to a whole host of insurers websites, however, using a combination of the most popular comparison websites should be a key step in selecting who insures you car.

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