If it's your first time taking out car insurance, chances are you won't know how many miles you'll cover over the course of the year. Insurers use this information to calculate premiums, and you'll need to give an approximate annual mileage in order to get a quote.
If you have a rough idea of how many miles you'll be driving each day, you can use this table to get an estimated annual figure.
Generally, insurers see drivers with a higher annual mileage as a greater risk, and charge higher premiums, though this is not always the case.
But it's important to be as accurate as possible, as underestimating your annual mileage could invalidate a future claim.
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