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What You Need to Know About Black Box Insurance
Once you’ve passed your test, it’s likely that you’ll want to find the cheapest deal you can get on your insurance.
One of the options to help combat the high costs of insurance for new drivers is black box insurance.
Why is insurance so expensive for new drivers?
The plain and simple reason why insurance is so expensive for young and new drivers is because they’re the ones most likely to be involved in an accident (statistically speaking).
This doesn’t mean that all young drivers aren’t sensible drivers though! That’s why black box insurance has grown to be so popular.
What is black box insurance?
Black box insurance involves your insurance company fixing a device to your car to track their driving performance. Your insurance company then analyses your driving style and offers you a renewal price that reflects your driving habits.
This means that those who drive safe, will be rewarded!
Our parent company, Sky Insurance, has a black box product for young drivers who want to take control of their car insurance premiums.
Why is there a stigma when it comes to black box insurance?
Black box insurance may have a bit of a bad reputation due to misconceptions that it’s a way for insurers to catch you out – this isn’t the case. There are many young drivers that have benefitted from cheaper insurance prices after proving they are safe drivers.
There are also many myths associated with black box insurance that just aren’t true. Check out Sky Insurance’s video to get the truth about their black box insurance.
Even if you haven’t passed your test yet, it’s a good idea to know what kind of insurance policy is right for you in the future.
If you want the opportunity to prove you’re a safe driver, click below to get a quote!
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