What Go Girl customers say
"Easy to insure even with my 17 year old on the policy and better value than everyone else!"
Steve - (June 2023)
Go Girl policy details
Go Girl offer 3 levels of insurance: third party, third party fire and theft, and fully comprehensive insurance. All levels of cover come with travel abroad insurance. Third party insurance is the minimum level of car insurance you need legally to drive. Comprehensive insurance will give you the highest level of protection.
With a Go Girl comprehensive insurance policy, you’ll also get added benefits like a courtesy car if your car is in for repairs, personal accident cover for you and your partner, child seat replacement cover, windscreen and bodywork cover and handbag insurance.
Go Girl offers a selection of car insurance policies and types. Not all policies and types are available through our site, so the exact levels of cover and benefits may vary. Before buying car insurance, we recommend you check the cover and benefits included.
Go Girl break their cover down into several categories:
- Learner driver
- New driver
- Young driver
- Student driver
Learner driver insurance gives you cover while you’re getting in some practise in your own car, as long as you’re under the supervision of a friend or family member who meets the legal criteria to teach you to drive.
New driver insurance aims to cut the costs of cover for new drivers. Go Girl’s comprehensive policy for new drivers provides up to £100 of personal belongings cover and £200 for your handbag, as well as courtesy car provision if your car has to go in for repairs following an accident.
Young driver insurance for those aged 17 to 24. Go Girl’s young driver car insurance is designed to provide affordable cover in this notoriously expensive car insurance category.
Student car insurance offers you comprehensive cover with added benefits like a courtesy car if yours is being repaired following an accident, personal belongings cover up to £100 and cover for your bag if it’s stolen while in your car.
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