Getting the right cover is the most important thing, and then you should look for the cheapest policy.
Choose the right level of cover
There are three levels of car insurance cover you can choose from in the UK:
Third party, fire and theft
Third party cover only
Here is what each level protects you against, and how to choose which is right for you.
Find the best policy for you
There are several different types of motor insurance policy, and choosing the right one could save you money.
Standard car insurance: Here is what a standard car insurance policy with cover.
Multi car insurance: Insuring two or more cars on one policy could mean cheaper cover; find out how it can save you money here.
Black box insurance: You can save by having your driving monitored through a black box policy; here is how it works.
Should you add extras?
You can customise your policy and extend your cover by adding extra benefits. These include:
Legal cover - here is how to work out if you need it
Cover for lost or stolen keys
No claims protection
Cover for driving abroad
Here is a full list of the car insurance extras that could be worth adding to your policy.
Check your policy to see if any of these are included as standard, and if not, consider whether it is worth the additional cost to add them.
How to get quotes from our comparison
You can get quotes from our website via the aggregator from our panel of insurers. Make sure you also compare separate policies in our table to make sure you get the best deal.
It can be a quick and easy way to find cheap policies, but be careful not to buy car insurance on price alone:
Pros and cons of comparison sites
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Not all insurers are on them
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