Sure Thing Car Insurance

Who are Sure Thing?

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Find out more on what type of car insurance cover is offered by Sure Thing

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Sure Thing is a broker specialising in car insurance for drivers of high performance, high value, or modified vehicles, and for motorists who have picked up penalty points on their licence. Cover can be bought either over the phone or online, and all policy documents can be managed or changed at any time via laptop or mobile.

Sure Thing offers two types of cover – Standard and Max – each of which come with a range of benefits and optional extras so drivers can tailor policies to suit both needs and budget.

Contact Sure Thing

Sure Thing Insurance can be reached by calling 0344 335 5000 and via live chat.

What types of cover does Sure Thing offer?

Sure Thing provides single car insurance policies with a range of standard benefits and optional extras.

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Information about Sure Thing

Sure Thing offers a number of benefits for policyholders, depending upon the level of cover.

Standard policyholders receive:

  • Courtesy car
  • Windscreen and glass cover.
  • Up to £2,500 of personal accident cover.
  • 30 days’ EU cover.

Max policyholders receive the above benefits, plus:

  • Breakdown cover, including home assistance and unlimited call outs.
  • Up to £100,000 of legal cover.

Sure Thing also provided added benefits for drivers of vehicles fitted with a dashcam.

Sure Thing Insurance’s credentials

Sure Thing Insurance is part of Ambant Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

How modifications can increase the cost of car insurance

If you take pride in your motor, you might be tempted to make a few cosmetic changes or even tune the engine to improve its performance or fuel economy. You should think carefully before making any modifications, as even small changes can make a big change when it comes to the cost of car insurance.

These price hikes could be for any number of reasons, from making your car more desirable to thieves to affecting its structural integrity and overall safety.

So if you need to cut insurance costs, visit our car insurance channel today and run a price comparison to see if you can reduce the price of your premium.

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