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Car insurance provides financial protection for different types of loss or damage. The following three options are available to you:
Think about how your car is used and by whom. This will help you work out what type of cover is best for you and your vehicle. The Comparis car insurance calculator can propose cover for you.
You can find more information about insurance cover in the following articles:
To calculate individual insurance premiums, the insurance companies need various details. Our tip: have your driving licence to hand when working out your premiums. On the Comparis website, you can find your registered vehicle by simply entering your registration plate number. Alternatively, you can obtain the required vehicle information from your vehicle registration certificate.
Not all insurance deals will include the precise cover you are looking for. We indicate in your personal result list which deals match your requirements exactly. You will also see how much you can save on premiums by choosing different cover.
Make your selection and request multiple quotes – easily and with no obligation. You can then review all the details in your own time. A car insurance quote is valid for 30 days.
In a hurry? You can now take out your insurance online directly on the Comparis website – quickly and with no hassle.
The easiest way to do it is with our cancellation letter template. You must cancel your car insurance in writing and send the letter by registered post, ensuring it reaches the insurance company by the required deadline. The notice periods range from 24 hours to 3 months, depending on the insurer.
It is important to file your claim properly. Here are the steps to follow:
Whatever damage occurs, always notify your insurer as soon as possible.
If you occasionally drive someone else’s vehicle, it’s worth taking out cover for driving other cars. This is a personal liability insurance add-on. If you have an accident in someone else's car, different types of insurance may be involved. It depends whether any third parties – i.e. other vehicles or people – were damaged or injured in the accident. The first step is to check the cover provided by the driver's own car insurance, as this is the insurance that usually pays out the quickest. The next step is to examine whether there would be any payout from other policies held by the driver, such as accident insurance or personal liability insurance.
There are various ways to insure against breakdown. The cost of a breakdown is covered either by a mobility or roadside assistance add-on to your car insurance or by a separate breakdown policy.
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