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Multi car insurance enables you to insure more than one car and should be considered for a business with more than 2 cars. The cost for multiple car insurance should work out cheaper than insuring 2 vehicles or more on separate policies. As an added bonus additional cars, vans or bikes can normally be added later, at a discounted rate.
This type of policy simply lets you insure 2,3,4 or cars under one policy with the idea of making savings. The best way to find out if this is true is to use our service to get a range of quotes from a panel of top UK brokers,
Whilst these policies are convenient they do not come with a guarantee of being the cheapest option. It is always a good idea to compare all the available options and that includes taking out individual policies.
Most brokers will allow you to add other vehicles such as vans, motorbikes or a motorhome. In addition you can add any additional cars to your policy and most brokers will reward this with a further discount.
The over 50’s can sometimes get favorable rates as this age group poses less risk to the insurer. Offers and conditions are always changing, but AVIVA has had a long reputation of giving additional discounts to the over 50’s with a good history of no claims.
'Named drivers, any driver, comprehensive or third party, fire and theft on different vehicles - the multi car insurance approach can be as flexible as your requirements dictate'
All cars on a multi-car policy need not have the same start date, as one car policy ends it can be added to the multi policy. So rather than having one large lump sum payment, your policy payments will be spread out over the year.
Below we have highlighted some steps that can be taken to lower your insurance premiums
We understand that no standard policy will fit all. As such we can tailor the policy with any amendments or additions that you require. We make each policy individual to the end user, unlike some of our competitors. This way we have a loyal following of customers that come back year after year and spread the word to friends and family members.
Most brokers will give you the option to pay for your nsurance as one lump sum or spread it over the year, with agreed payment points. The most popular way to pay for this type of insurance is by monthly installments.
In addition to emailing you your policy documents most brokers will also store them online. Online is great, but do make a hard copy to keep in your vehicle as the internet is not always available or signals can be too weak. These important documents will be instantly available on policy confirmation.
We aim to make it easier for you to see what multi car insurance options are currently available. We do this by collating responses from a wide range of insurance brokers that can provide you with cheap multi car insurance. We only work with reputable names in the brokerage industry. This translates to a better service in processing any claims that may arise during the lifetime of the policy.
Yes like car insurance you can contact your broker to or change named drivers. Take note, only named drivers for one vehicle can not automatically drive other vehicles on the policy.
This will depend on your broker. To be considered you will need to be the registered keeper of the vehicle and must be kept at the same address as your multi car residence address.
It will only affect the driver that is responsible and who makes the claim. However, if it is a named driver that you have added to your policy, then it could impact your personal NCB. Can my individual claims history be negatively affected if another policy member has an accident? With this type of policy each owner driver should hold a separate no claims record. As such if one driver happens to have an accident it will only impact their no claims bonus record. Please check your policy details as this should be made clear. A good policy should only penalise drivers that have been responsible for an accident. However, do check any proposed policy to ensure that is the case.
Most brokers will only offer multi-car cover for vehicles located at the same address. Some brokers may offer cover from different addresses, for example a child at university.