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Endsleigh Car Insurance

Who are Endsleigh?

Find out more on what type of car insurance cover is offered by Endsleigh.

By Anita Shargall

Published: 09 May 2017

Group of young people laughing in a car

Founded by the national union of students (NUS) in 1965, Endsleigh was set up to negotiate special rates for drivers in full time education, and is now the leading insurance provider for students and young professionals.

It has built its reputation on understanding the needs of specialist insurance for student and graduate motorists, and has introduced initiatives such as a no claims discount (NCD) accelerator, that can lower premium prices after just six months.

It also provides home insurance, travel insurance and gadget insurance.

Endsleigh has been part of the Zurich Group since 2008.

Contact Endsleigh

Endsleigh can be reached by calling 0330 3030 156.

What types of cover does Endsleigh offer?

Endsleigh provides single car insurance policies, with specialist cover for students, young drivers, and learner drivers. It also provides company car insurance and short-term car insurance.

READ:  What is temporary car insurance?

Information about Endsleigh

Endsleigh offers a number of benefits for policyholders, including:

  • Up to 90 days’ worth of European cover.
  • Learner drivers can immediately start to earn NCD in their own name.
  • Comprehensive policyholders are eligible for a courtesy car following an accident.
  • 24-hour windscreen and glass replacement for comprehensive policyholders.
  • NCD accelerator scheme.

Endsleigh’s credentials

Endsleigh is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

How students can cut the cost of car insurance

If you’re a student, you probably see the majority of your income eaten up by tuition fees, accommodation costs, and living expenses – so adding car insurance to the list of outgoings is probably the last thing you need.

If you own a car you need to have it insured, but there are ways keep the cost of cover down, such as adding an older named driver on to your policy, and fitting extra security, such as a tracking device.

Visit our car insurance channel today and run a price comparison to see if you can reduce your car insurance premium.

READ: How students can find cheap car insurance online

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