Set up in 2008, Geoffrey Insurance promises to offer existing customers the best possible prices and benefits, a break from the usual practice of insurers keeping the best deals to entice new customers.
Geoffrey Insurance is a division of Zenith Marque Insurance Services, which has been providing motor insurance since 1965 and was formerly called Chaucer Insurance Services.
It also provides van insurance and learner driver insurance.
Geoffrey Insurance is part of the Markerstudy Group, which also own Markerstudy Insurance, Auto Windscreens, BDML Insurance, Lancaster Insurance Brokers, The Insurance Factory, The Policy Shop, Masterquote, Supercover, Sureterm Direct, Zenith Insurance, and Zenith Marque.
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What types of cover does Geoffrey Insurance offer?
Geoffrey Insurance provides three levels of cover on single car insurance policies – comprehensive, third party fire and theft cover (TPFT), and third party only – and all come with a range of standard and additional benefits. It also provides cover for learner drivers.
Information about Geoffrey Insurance
Geoffrey Insurance offers a number of benefits for policyholders, including:
- Free legal expenses cover.
- Free courtesy car or van.
- A dedicated personal claims advisor who will manage your claim from beginning to end.
Breakdown cover, EU cover, and Keycare are optional extras that carry an additional fee.
Geoffrey Insurance’s credentials
Geoffrey Insurance is part of Zenith Marque Insurance Services and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
How young drivers can cut the cost of car insurance
Young drivers are a ‘higher risk’ group when it comes to car insurance claims, and so premium prices are often sky high if you’re under 21. The good news is there are a few things you can do to help keep the cost of cover down.
Taking out a telematics insurance policy is a good option if you’re a driver and careful at the wheel, as your premium price is calculated on your actual driving style, and not based upon how other drivers in your age group perform. Telematics policies usually put a limit on the number of miles you can cover in a year, and the less time you spend on the road, the less chance there is of you having an accident.
Adding an older, named driver to your policy can also lower prices, check out the video below for more cost-cutting tips.
And it always pays to shop around for cover, to see which insurer is offering the best deal. Visit our car insurance channel today and run a price comparison to see if your car insurance premium could be reduced.