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The Number 1 Choice For Learner Drivers
Learning to drive is often one of the most important events in a young persons life and as soon as they hit 17 they are keen to get out on the road. It’s becoming more and more expensive for a young learner driver to be added to a family member or friends car insurance policy, and they are often reluctant to risk their hard earned No Claims Bonus or previous clean record.
Now We Have The Answer – We have teamed up with Provisional Marmalade to bring you a flexible short term learner driver policy which is taken out in the learner drivers own name, covering any specified vehicle up to a Group 32, with a value up to £30,000 and with automatic Comprehensive cover. Someone else must already own and insure the car, but it allows the provisional licence holder time to practise before they take their driving test.
You can take out a 1, 2 or 3 month policy and the prices range from £50.70 – £85 per month, (or around £2 a day).
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Key Benefits Of Our Short Term Learner Driver Policy
You can use the Marmalade Learner policy to insure your parent’s or a friend’s car whilst you learn to drive, without any risk to their policy. Their policy stays the same and all you do is take out this extra temporary policy to insure yourself whilst driving their car. The policy gives you Comprehensive cover, so will pay out for any damage caused to the car if involved in an accident, catches fire or is stolen.
- Comfort Of Driving With A Parent
Enabling you to practise what you have learned with your driving instructor.
- Your Own Comprehensive Insurance
Provisional Marmalade provides insurance cover to allow you to drive a family or friends car. It is a comprehensive insurance policy that covers you rather than the car owner against all of the normal third party and comprehensive risks as a result of a collision.
- Protect Your Parents No Claims Bonus
If something does happen whilst you are driving and a claim is made against you, our claims handler will deal with your claim and your parent’s insurance company will not be involved. Their no-claim status is not affected.
- Cars Insured Up To Group 32
Since cars can be covered up to Group 32, the chances of the company not being able to cover your parents car are minimal. e.g. Audi A4 2.0 or a BMW 530 Diesel.
- Maximum Market Value Of The Car Is £30,000
Again most family cars have a current market value less than £30,000 which covers most of the vehicles on the road in the UK.
- Driving Standards Agency Recommends Practice
The Driving Standards Agency actively supports a balance of professional tuition and a minimum 22 hours of practice with friends or family before taking the practical driving test. This could be just driving to school with Mum, with Mum taking the car back after or maybe going out at the weekend with Dad.