Sheilas’ Wheels Broker Car Insurance

Who are Sheilas’ Wheels Broker?

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Find out what types of car insurance cover are offered by Sheilas’ Wheels Broker.

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In 2011 Sheilas’ Wheels moved into the broker market as part of esure Group plc, launching Sheilas’ Wheels Broker to offer car insurance to motorists who may have been refused elsewhere, such as those with penalty points or multiple claims, and drivers of high-performance or modified cars.

It searches a select panel of insurers to find the right insurance at the right price, and all comprehensive policies come with Sheilas’ Wheels handbag cover.

Sheilas’ Wheels Broker is part of the esure Group, which also owns Sheilas’ Wheels and First Alternative.

Contact Sheilas’ Wheels Broker

You can contact Sheilas’ Wheels Broker by calling 0345 604 3683, via email at, and Sheilas’ Wheels is on Facebook and Twitter.

What types of cover does Sheilas’ Wheels Broker offer?

Sheilas’ Wheels Broker provides three levels of single car insurance policies – comprehensive, third party fire and theft and third party only – each of which come with a range of standard and additional benefits.

It also offers breakdown assistance in association with Green Flag.

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Information about Sheilas’ Wheels Broker

Sheilas’ Wheels Broker offers a range of benefits for comprehensive policyholders, including:

  • Personal accident cover
  • EU cover
  • Windscreen cover
  • Courtesy car (subject to availability)
  • Up to £300 of cover against loss or damage to a handbag and its contents.

Sheilas’ Wheels Broker’s credentials

Sheilas’ Wheels Broker is part of the esure Group and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

How modifications can increase the cost of car insurance

If you’re thinking of modifying your motor, you need to consider how the changes will affect the cost of your car insurance. Although you may expect to see an increase in premium prices if you add a body kit or fine tune the engine, even just adding alloy wheels can add to your annual premium.

This is because modifications can make your car more desirable to thieves, or affect its structural integrity and overall safety, and insurers push prices up to account for the increased risk.

If you need to cut insurance costs, get a car insurance quote today to see if you can reduce the price of your premium.

READ: How to get insurance for your modified car

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