Switching Car Insurance

If you are not happy with your current car insurance company or want to pay less for your premium, consider switching car insurance.


Switching car insurance is quite easy, it can be done instantly, there are usually no cancellation fees involved and you could save money. If you are thinking of switching your comprehensive car insurance, make sure you are aware of the following:

  • Find out the claim approval rate for the car insurer you are interested in so you can determine how reliable they are.
  • Make sure you are aware of what is included in the policy so you know what you are covered for and what you are not. Be aware of what options you may have to pay extra for, such as car hire.
  • Don't just look at the bigger car insurance companies as some of the smaller and not so well known companies can offer competitively priced premiums.
  • Also look at how the company operates, and how you can make a claim. For example some car insurance companies are based online only while some have a dedicated call centre.

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