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What’s the easiest way to insure a learner?
Here’s the essentials you would need as a learner driver: a provisional licence, driving lessons and insurance so you can practice outside of them. There’s plenty of ways you can go about it, but what’s the easiest way to insure a learner?
The traditional way to insure a learner
The traditional method to get insured as a learner – is probably just to hand the reigns over to your parents. They would most likely ring up their current insurer to see if you can get added to their policy.
Sometimes, adding a learner onto an annual policy can equal high costs, with added admin fees and a potential rise in premium, you might be discouraged from the whole thing entirely! Especially if your friend or family member is already on the fence about it!
But what if we told you… There are other ways of insuring a learner… Without effecting mum or dad’s no claims bonus…Watch the video below or read on to find out how.
Buying a short-term policy to insure a learner
There are ways to purchase cover for a learner that don’t involve an annual policy.
Now, learners can purchase independent insurance policies in their own name, solely for the use of practising their driving between lessons. And the best part? You can buy online, download your policy documents and off you go! No phone calls or hassle!
InsureLearnerDriver offers policies from 1-140 days for those in borrowed cars, and 1 to 5 months for learners who own their cars.
Learning to drive is all about discovering a new sense of freedom and it can start before you’ve passed your test. Let mum and dad sit this one out, InsureLearnerDriver can help you get on the roads and practising your driving in no time!
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