Get a great price for your first car insurance policy

Get a great price for your first car insurance policy

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Research indicates that 23% of drivers aged 17 to 24 will be involved in a car accident within two years of passing their test.*

So even if you happen to be the most safety-conscious, speed-aware driver in your town or city, if you’re a younger driver and you passed your test fairly recently, you are seen as a much higher risk to insurance companies. Unsurprisingly, your car insurance quotes will be higher to reflect that perceived risk.

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Ways to save money on your car insurance with Quotezone

Choose a smaller car with a smaller engine, or simply one in a low insurance group.

Consider completing the Pass Plus or RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders test, which can help to demonstrate that you’re a safe and responsible driver.

Take out a telematics policy with a black box installed in your car. It might seem a bit big brother, but it’s worth it for the first year or two.

Don’t just take our word for it...

Very, very, pleased with there offer which was decidedly cheaper and definitely like for like. l hope they are as competitive next as this. ln all aspects a very easy and good company to deal with. Many thanks.

Michael Davenport, United Kingdom


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*According to a report by Brake road safety charity