Post Office car insurance policy details
Post Office 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.
It offers 3 levels of car insurance:
The Post Office currently offers two policy types: one for under 50s, and one for over 50s which includes more features as standard.
With any comprehensive Post Office car insurance policy, you get:
- Courtesy car cover to ensure you stay on the road when your car is in for repairs following an accident, subject to availability.
- Windscreen cover provides repairs or replacement glass if your windscreen or side windows are damaged.
- Vandalism promise, so you're covered for repairs needed following malicious damage.
- Overseas cover protects you when driving in the EU for up to 60 days. With this feature, you get the same level of cover you have in the UK.
A comprehensive Post Office Over 50s policy includes additional features as standard, such as:
- Emergency transport and accommodation, so you can arrange alternative transport or overnight accommodation if you can't get home following an accident.
- 3-year guarantee on repairs.
- Uninsured driver promise, meaning you'll get your excess refunded if you're involved in an accident caused by an uninsured driver. Your no-claims discount will also be protected.
- Child car seat cover means even if there is no visible damage, you'll receive a payout for any child car seats fitted in your car at the time of an accident.
- Personal belongings cover protects any of your personal possessions that are lost, stolen or damaged.
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