1 51% of consumers could save up to £523.13 Consumer Intelligence, September 2023. UK Only.
2 Accurate as of October 2023.
At MoneySuperMarket, we work with a wide variety of car insurance providers to give you the greatest options to find policies that are right for you.
All of our providers are regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). This means that they operate to a set of standards set by the FCA to ensure they are trustworthy and compliant with the rules of providing financial services in the UK.
Read on to find out more about the providers we work with.
1st Central Connect
1st Central Online
1st Central Plus (breakdown)
1st Central Plus (breakdown) Online
1st Central Plus (legal)
1st Central Plus (legal) Online
1st Central Premier
1st Central Premier Online
1st Central Value
1st Central Value Online
Admiral Little Box
Aviva Direct Motor
Bank Of Scotland
Car Insurance Experts
Co-op Young Driver
General Accident Telematics
Go Skippy Essentials
Go Skippy EV
Go Skippy Premier
Go Skippy Roadside
Got 2 Insure
Got You Covered
Grove & Dean
Insurance 4 My
John Lewis Plc
Liverpool Victoria Plus
Love Your Miles
M&S Financial Services
One Call Direct
One Call Pay As You Drive
One Call Yoga
One Quote Direct
Policy Expert Plus
Policy Expert Premier
Policy Expert Select
RAC Black Box Car Insurance
Sainsbury's Bank Essentials
Sainsbury's Band Plus
Tesco Bank Box Insurance
Tesco Bank Cover +
Ticker Pay Per Mile
Toyota Insurance Services
Your personal details and your cars including your address, where the car will be kept, the reg and any modifications on the car
If you have any previous driving convictions you will need to disclose them or you risk invalidating your insurance, you may also need to provide your driving licence number
You can choose what type of cover you would like, as well as any optional add-ons you want included in your policy
Insurance is a requirement even when you're a learning to drive
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Compare quotes to get a great deal on your first car insurance policy
Add up to three drivers to your car insurance for the same cover
Benefit from lower premiums as a more experienced driver
Find a short-term car insurance policy for temporary protection
When looking at car insurance companies, there are a few things to look out for that can help you choose one that's right for you:
Reviews and ratings: When looking at reviews and ratings, you should try to find unbiased reviews from third parties rather than rely on the reviews that insurers might publish on their website.
Pay-out rates: Many insurers publish their pay-out rates to tell customers how often their customers claims are successful. This is a good indicator of how likely an insurer is to pay out if you need to make a claim.
Policy value: Value is about more than the price of your policy - it's about how much you get for your money. When you're comparing providers and policies, look at the cover you get as well as the price to make the most of your policy.
Extra cover: Many insurers will offer additional cover options that can help you tailor your policy to meet your needs. Before you pick the cheapest option, it's worthwhile to check if there are any add-ons that may be worth the extra cost.
If your car is written-off, insurers will typically use the market value of your car to determine how much they will pay out. This will likely be less than what you paid for your car originally because a vehicle's value tends to depreciate over time and with use.
The pay-outs of a car insurance policy will be paid out either to the policy-owner or to the service provider if your vehicle is repaired. This is after you have contacted your provider and completed a claim form.
For a more detailed explanation of how to make a car insurance claim, you can read our guide 'How to process your car insurance claim'.
You work hard to earn your money, and we don’t think you should waste a penny of it paying over the odds on your household bills. That’s why at MoneySuperMarket, we’re on a mission to save Britain money.
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You might be wondering if we work with all the companies in the market, or if our commercial relationships with our partners might make us feature one company above another. We’ve got nothing to hide, and we want to give you clear answers when it comes to questions like these, so we’ve pulled together everything you need to know on this page.