Choosing Motor Insurance with Silversurfers
With so much choice out there, the simple act of choosing car insurance can sometimes feel like a complicated problem.
You must have motor insurance to drive a vehicle on UK roads. The legal minimum is third-party insurance; it covers liability for injury to others and damage to third party property, but doesn’t cover any other costs – like repairing your own vehicle.
Choosing the right car insurance
There’s advantages to stepping away from the box standard third-party only cover and choosing more tailored options.
You can find policies that offer better value for money and suit a range of needs with more comprehensive cover. In contrast to the bare minimum, a comprehensive policy will cover things like medical expenses associated with a crash, windscreen cover, loss or damage to your vehicle, accidental damage and personal effects.
The vehicle you drive is another consideration – your needs might differ if you drive a van, own a motorbike or caravan or are looking for cover for a classic car.
Any number of factors can impact the policy you need and the price you pay for it. Occasional drivers may want the simplest policy possible, while others who are driving several hours a week may choose a range of optional extras to have every eventuality covered.
Shop with Silversurfers
Whether it’s motorhome cover or straightforward car insurance you need, we can help you find the ideal policy at the right price.
At Silversurfers we’ve partnered with A-Plan Insurance to bring you the best range of options available. As a broker, A-Plan works with more than 30 insurance companies to offer an impartial range of options to suit you.
With the right insurance in place, you can get behind the wheel with peace of mind knowing you’re covered for whatever waits around the corner.
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