Car Insurance

Compare Car Insurance quotes from over 110+ UK providers and you could save up to £490*

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Third Party
Covers the cost of any damage to a third party’s vehicle or property if you are involved in an accident and you were at fault
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Third Party, Fire & Theft
Covers the cost of any damage to a third party, and will also pay out if your own car is stolen or damaged by fire
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Fully Comprehensive
Covers everything in third party, fire & theft, and the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle in an incident even if no other car, or an uninsured car, was involved

What is Car Insurance?

Car Insurance is a legal requirement for all drivers on UK roads.

It’s designed to provide financial protection for motorists in the event that you cause damage to other people, vehicles or property. Depending on the level of cover you select, you can also protect against fire, theft and damage to your own vehicle.

Protect your car today with this quick and easy Car Insurance comparison service. You can have everything sorted for you within minutes.

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You probably have some questions

Check out some of our most Frequently Asked Questions about Car Insurance below

What details do I need to get a Car Insurance quote?

You will need to know either the car’s registration number, or make and model. You do not have to currently own the vehicle, so it is possible to generate quotes for a car you are intending to purchase. You will need to provide details about your motoring history, such as how long you have been driving and details of any previous motoring accidents, speeding fines or convictions. To utilise a no-claims bonus you will likely be required to submit proof of this after accepting a quote – your current car insurer should be able to provide this on request. Along with standard personal information, including details about your profession, you will be asked what the car will be used for and the estimated annual mileage. Other relevant questions may also be asked.

What policy upgrades should I consider?

When choosing the best car insurance policy for you, it is important to consider what else the insurer can provide rather than just selecting the cheapest price. Some insurers offer extras as standard to differentiate themselves, whereas others will offer them as optional paid upgrades. Breakdown cover is a popular service, meaning that in the event of a breakdown they will get you and your car to the nearest garage or to your home. Some policies also offer courtesy cars, providing a free replacement vehicle whilst yours is being repaired. There are a wide variety of other extras to consider, including lost keys cover, windscreen repair, and legal protection.

Should I pay monthly or annually?

It is important to note that all car insurance policies are annual, however you are often given the choice to pay monthly. If you pay monthly and make a claim before the annual period is up, you will be required to make the remaining payments (or these will be deducted from any monetary claim). Your car insurance premium will be cheaper if you pay annually. Monthly car insurance is more expensive because it includes interest, which can be as much as 20% APR (or more!). You will undergo a full credit check if you choose to pay monthly for your car insurance.

How can I get cheap Car Insurance?

You could save up to £490* on your car insurance premiums when using this comparison service. By entering your details just once you’ll be able to see real tailored quotes from over 110 car insurance providers, which can then be purchased either online or by phone. To get the cheapest prices for the best cover you can consider paying annually and increasing your excess limit.

The insurance comparison service here is being provided by Seopa Ltd, who are regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA FRN 313860). Protect Line Ltd will receive a commission for introductions made to insurers which result in a policy being purchased.

*51% of consumers could save £490.26 on their Car Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next four cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from June 2023 data. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances and how you selected your current insurance supplier.

The information contained within this page is for editorial purposes only and not intended as financial advice.