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Types of car insurance
Black box car insurance
lets you prove you’re a safe driver, and save money on your policy, even if you’re inexperienced or seen as high risk.
Impounded car insurance
get cover to release your car from the impound.
Classic car insurance
offers cover for owners of classic cars. For insurance purposes, a classic car can be any car that’s older than 15 years.
New driver insurance
for those who are new to driving or hold a provisional license.
Multi car insurance
lets you insure one or more cars on the same policy.
Temporary car insurance
offers short-term comprehensive cover from one hour to 28 days.
What our car insurance expert says
If you use your car for work, such as driving to different sites, you should add business use to your car insurance policy. This ensures your policy stays valid while you use your car for work. When you get a quote, be sure to select ‘business use’ to only show policies that include this level of cover cover.
Car insurance expert
Need more help?
Can I add a named driver to my business car insurance?
Yes, you can add drivers to your business car insurance policy. If you contact your insurer, they should guide you through the process. They might ask you for:
- The additional driver's occupation
- Any details of past car insurance claims
- Any motoring convictions from the past 5 years
Adding a driver to your policy could bring your costs up or down, so it's worth checking before you commit to adding them.
Will my standard policy no-claims discount be affected if I claim on business car insurance?
If you've added business use to your existing car insurance policy, you only use your standard no-claims bonus. So, if you had an accident while on a business trip, your no-claims bonus is likely to be affected.
If you're using a company car, your policy might have its own no-claims bonus. Claiming on your company car insurance policy shouldn't impact any no-claims you've built elsewhere.
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