Our guides cover a range of subjects that will help you understand how car insurance works, how to choose your policy excess, when you can claim and what is required of you legally to stay insured.
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Your car insurance policy will cover you against most costs, but what if you need to go to court following an accident? Legal cover could help - here is everything you need to know.
You need a car insurance policy to drive on the roads, but you can choose the level of cover you get. Here is how to work out what cover is right for you.
If you have a car you do not drive, you cannot leave it off the road without either insuring it or applying for a SORN. Here is what you need to know about declaring your car off the road.
If you want to drive a car you do not own, you will still need cover in place. Here is how to make sure you are insured to drive someone else's car.
Once you have car insurance you are financially protected when you drive on the roads, but to keep your cover in place you need to keep it up to date. Here is how:
Having a no claims bonus is one of the best ways to keep the cost of your car insurance as low as possible, but what is it, and how does it work? Here is how your no claims will save you money.
Your car insurance is something you have to pay for, but there are plenty of things you can do to reduce your bill. Here are 10 top tips to cut the cost of your car insurance premiums.
Before you start learning to drive you will need to make sure you are covered when you practice on the roads - here is what you need to know.
If you only need a car for a few days taking out a short term insurance policy is an affordable and convenient option - here is how to find the best policy.
We all need car insurance to drive, but with so much choice finding the right cover can be tricky. Understanding the basics is vital to finding the best policy.
You can pay extra for more features on your car insurance policy to tailor it to your needs, but are all worth the cost? Here is what you need to know to get a personalised level of cover.
If your child has started driving their insurance premiums will be sky-high. One way to help them pay less is to add them to your policy, but it comes with a number of risks.