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Go Skippy Car Insurance

Who are Go Skippy?

Read our guide to find out what type of car insurance cover is offered by Go Skippy.

By Anita Shargall

Published: 09 May 2017

Car with mountain backdrop

Go Skippy is an insurance broker that searches a variety of products from a range of insurers, including its own in-house company, to offer competitively-priced cover. Aimed at younger drivers, whose main priority is likely to be the cost of cover, Go Skippy provides policies to suit those on a budget, with add-ons for anyone who needs a greater level of cover.

Go Skippy also provides home insurance, bike insurance, van insurance, and specialist cover for vintage and performance vehicles.

Go Skippy is part of the Eldon Group, which also owns BCD, Debenhams car insurance, Footprint, and Southern Rock car and van insurance.

Contact Go Skippy

Go Skippy can be reached by calling 0344 840 6302, emailing

What types of cover does Go Skippy offer?

Go Skippy provides car insurance policies with three levels of cover – comprehensive, and third party fire & theft cover and third party – all of which are come with a range of standard and additional benefits.

It also offers breakdown assistance in association with RAC.

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Information about Go Skippy

Go Skippy provides policies with a number of features and optional extras, including:

  • Unlimited windscreen cover.
  • RAC breakdown cover.
  • Up to £100 of personal belongings cover.
  • Up to £100,000 of legal expenses cover.

Go Skippy’s credentials

Go Skippy is part of Eldon Insurance Services, who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Why everyone should shop around for car insurance

Loyalty doesn’t pay when it comes to car insurance – insurers offer their cheapest deals to attract new customers, relying on existing policyholders simply to stay put rather than move their business to another firm.

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

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