Car insurance guide
Need help with car insurance? We've pulled together this handy guide to help you get the best car insurance for you, as well as some other handy tips for new and learner drivers!
How do I calculate the value of my car?
When taking out car insurance, it's very important to make sure you've calculated your car's value correctly. Here are some tips for calculating the value of your car, and what this means for your insurance.
8 motorway tips for new drivers
Whether you’re new to driving, or have plenty of experience under your belt, motorway travel can be daunting. We’ve compiled 8 motorway driving tips for new drivers so that you can feel fully prepared for your next motorway journey.
12 tips for driving lessons after COVID-19
As a learner driver, what can you do to make sure you and your instructor are as safe as possible when your lessons start up again? Here are 12 easy tips!
Car insurance and COVID-19
If you’re looking for information regarding the coronavirus and car insurance - such as how to make changes to or cancel your policy - you may find the answers to your questions here.
What is a named driver?
Car insurance can be quite hard to navigate if you’re new to it, and this is one of the most common questions we get asked. If you're thinking about becoming a named driver, or adding a named driver, find out how it could impact your car insurance costs here.
10 false driving myths: Busted
From driving with no shoes on to using your phone at petrol stations, there are plenty of car driving myths that have arisen over time and become confused with fact. Here we set straight the myths from the truth, so you can drive worry-free.
Can you insure more than one car on a policy?
On a standard insurance policy, you will not usually be able to insure more than one vehicle. However, other types of insurance policies may permit you to insure multiple vehicles. Read our guide below to find out more on multi-car insurance options.
Will a driving conviction affect the cost of my car insurance policy?
When your vehicle isn’t used often, it can lose charge which may result in you not being able to start your car the next time you need to use it. For this reason, RAC have shared some helpful information with us so we can help you keep your car battery healthy during lockdown.