Co-op Car Insurance

Who are Co-op Insurance?

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Find out more on what type of car insurance cover is offered by Co-op Insurance.

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Co-op Insurance, formerly Co-operative Insurance Services (CIS), has been providing UK customers with insurance and fund management services since 1867. It offers car insurance with a range of benefits and optional extras, and specialises in cover for young drivers, via Smartbox telematics.

It also offers van insurance and taxi insurance, as well as home insurance, pet insurance, and business insurance.

Contact Co-op Insurance

Co-op Insurance can be reached by calling 03457 46 46 46, and on Facebook or Twitter.

What types of cover does Co-op Insurance offer?

Co-op Insurance provides a range of single car insurance policies, including ‘black box’ telematics cover, which is often ideal for young drivers looking to cut the cost of cover.

It also offers breakdown cover.

READ:  Do you have the right level of breakdown cover to get you out of a jam

Information about Co-op Insurance

Co-op Insurance offers a number of benefits for policyholders, including:

  • A courtesy car while yours is in for repairs at an approved garage.
  • 24-hour accident recovery service.
  • Up to £750 to cover replacement keys and locks if yours are stolen.
  • Up to eight days’ cover for driving within the EU.

It also offers breakdown cover, motor legal expenses cover, and extended European cover.

Co-op Insurance’s credentials

Co-op Insurance is a trading name of CIS General Insurance Limited, which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Is it worth protecting your no claims discount?

Building up a healthy no claims discount (NCD) is arguably the most effective way to cut the cost of your car insurance - if you’re a driver with more than a few miles on the clock there’s a good chance you’ll have built up a good few years’ worth of discount.

The problem is just one claim could see your entitlement drastically reduced and your annual premium dramatically increased.

It could be worth safeguarding your discount with no claims discount protection - it costs an average of £23 to protect a five year NCD, while making a claim can put your premium up by 30%, according to MoneySuperMarket research.

Visit our car insurance channel today and run a price comparison to see if your car insurance premium could be reduced. 

READ: Everything you need to know about no claims discount

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