You want the right level of cover, without breaking the bank!
Practise between lessons for less, with flexible learner driver insurance.
Insurance for new drivers can be expensive! Get driving on your budget.
Under 25s can face high premiums. Experts scour the market for the best deals for you.
There are three main types of insurance:
This will only cover you for damage caused to other people (third parties), their car and property. It won’t cover damage to your vehicle.
As well as covering damage caused to other people, this type of insurance will protect you if your vehicle is stolen or lost because of fire.
Fully comprehensive insurance will cover all the protection listed above, and it will also offer you protection against damage to your own vehicle.
Insurance experts will discuss your needs with you, and then help you choose the right type of insurance.
Yes, you can get car insurance with a learner’s licence.
During driving lessons with a qualified instructor, you’ll be covered by their instructor insurance. However, if you’re planning on heading out for some private practice between lessons, you’ll need to get car insurance by law!
You’ll only be covered when you’re displaying your L plates and with a suitable supervising driver. This can be anyone 21 and over who’s held a UK driving licence for at least three years.
Bear in mind that some learner insurance providers will have their own rules about who must accompany you as well as the time of day you’re allowed to practice. You'll be helped to balance out your requirements with your budget and search for a great deal!