AutoSaint is a telematics car insurance provider that aims to lower insurance costs for young people by encouraging them to become better drivers.
Young drivers usually pay more for cover due to the high number of accidents and claims made by the under 25s – AutoSaint can offer policies that are up to 40% cheaper than standard car insurance.
It also provides cover for provisional licence holders and newly-qualified drivers.
AutoSaint is a part of Fresh Insurance Services, which also owns First Insurance and Ladybird.
What types of cover does AutoSaint offer?
AutoSaint provides single car, comprehensive, and third party fire and theft insurance cover, and specialises in cover for young drivers, new drivers, and learner drivers.
Information about AutoSaint
AutoSaint offers a number of benefits for policyholders, including:
- Cover for driving within the EU.
- A courtesy car while yours is in for repairs at an approved repairer.
- Personal belongings cover.
- Personal accident cover.
- Windscreen cover.
AutoSaint is a trading name of Fresh Insurance, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
How telematics can help cut the cost of car insurance
Insurers see young drivers as a ‘higher risk’ group and push up the price of cover accordingly, but there are a few simple steps you can take to help keep costs down, even if you’re a teenager and you’ve just passed your test.
Telematics offers careful young drivers the ideal way to cut the cost of cover, as premium prices are based on actual driving style, and not on how other drivers in that group perform. Some policies even offer discounts after just a few months.
If you’re a young driver looking to bring down insurance costs, consider adding an older, named driver to your policy, and try to cut down on the number of miles you drive each month. Check out this video for more cost-cutting tips.
It always pays to shop around for cover, to see which insurer is offering the best deal. Get a car insurance quote today to see if you can reduce your premium.