Here's what you'll like about our comprehensive cover
Read our most common examples of what's not covered in our claims considerations guide
There are three main levels of car insurance cover, summarised as follows:
This is the minimum cover level required by law. So, if you’re involved in an accident that was your fault, we’ll pay out for any damage or injury you cause to other people and their property. But it doesn’t include cover for damage to your car.
In addition to the cover provided by a third party only policy, this cover level protects your car from damage caused by fire,theft and attempted theft and claims from a third party if you’re involved in an incident.
Comprehensive is the highest level of car insurance cover. It includes third party, fire and theft, and also covers the cost of repair or replacement of your car if it’s involved in an accident or damaged on purpose. It includes additional cover benefits, such as windscreen damage, driving in Europe, and if you choose the option, a hire car to replace yours if it’s off the road due to being involved in an accident or damaged.
Like to learn a little more? Head over to our complete guide to comprehensive car insurance.
There are many factors that can affect the price you pay for your car insurance. Here's a bit about some of them:
Here’s a summary of the information you’ll need to give us:
For a complete list of what is needed and why, visit our guide to what you need to get a quote.
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