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Renault Zoe Car Insurance

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Why choose a Renault Zoe?

The Renault Zoe has been around since 2014 and in that time has won several awards including the Best Small Electric Car at the What Car? awards for seven years in a row. 

It’s a reliable and affordable electric car and a good option for those looking to get into the electric car market. 

It has a driving range of 245miles and a range of features which make it stand out from the crowd. These include emergency brake assist, if a driver doesn’t react quickly enough before a collision, electronic stability control, to help drivers to stay on course in accidents and rear impact absorbing seats and headrests to lower the risk of whiplash for those in the car. 

Often described as a good all-rounder, along with being one of the most affordable electric cars around, it also comes with its own at-home charging unit. 

You also have the option of paying more to use a rapid charging point, which can charge the car from 0 to 80% in just over an hour. This is compared to three hours at a standard charger, or nine hours if charging at home. To find out more about the car, see the Renault website.

 

 

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What cover do I need for my Renault Zoe?

You can choose three levels of cover with car insurance for your Renault Zoe:

  • Third-party only

    The most basic level of insurance available, third-party only will provide cover for damage to any other vehicle, people or property. 

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    Third-party, fire and theft

    You’ll also be protected if your car is damaged or destroyed because of a fire with third-party, fire and theft

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    Fully comprehensive

     The highest level of insurance available, you’re also covered for damage to your vehicle with fully comprehensive. 

How much does Renault Zoe car insurance cost?

 

YThe cost of car insurance is determined by lots of different things. These include the type of car you’re insuring, where you keep it and how you use it along with your driving history, job, and age. 

All insurers put cars into groups, from 1 to 50, depending on how much they cost to insure. Cheaper cars, with smaller engines, are found in the low-down groups while those nearer to 50 are more expensive and have a higher risk of being stolen or involved in an accident.

Policy type

Average annual premiums*

Third-party only

£1,029.85

Third-party, fire & theft

£770.33

Fully comprehensive

£533.82

 

*Based on fully comprehensive policies with one driver holding a full UK driving licence. MoneySuperMarket data collected between April 2021 and April 2022.

 

What extras can I add to my Renault Zoe car insurance policy?

There are lots of extra features with electric car insurance policies that you can pay to add on, or which may be included as standard if you have a fully comprehensive policy.  These include the following:  

  • Cover when abroad

    You’ll get up to 90 days’ cover in the European Union

  • Uninsured driver promise

    If you’re hit by an uninsured driver you won’t lose your no-claims bonus

  • Legal cover

    Motor legal protection covers any legal costs you may be faced with 

  • Breakdown cover

    If your car breaks down, you’ll have cover with breakdown protection and often you’ll get a courtesy car

  • Windscreen cover

    Any damage to your windows is included if you choose to add on windscreen cover

  • Child seat

    Replacing or repairing child seats will be included 

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What additional benefits can I get with Renault Zoe car insurance?

There are many extra benefits available when you buy Renault Zoe car insurance. These may be included as standard, or you may have to pay extra to add them to your policy. 

The exact benefits available will depend on your insurer so always ask it, or check the small print, to find out what you’re covered for.

  • Recovery to the nearest chargepoint: If your battery dies, you’ll be given roadside assistance or taken to the nearest chargepoint  

  • Over the air monthly updates (OTA): Any upgrades you’ve made to your car will be covered

  • Battery cover: Your battery will be covered, even if you’ve leased it from a different company  

  • Charging cables cover: Cables for charging, and your charging unit, are all included

 

 

Why get Renault Zoe car insurance via MSM?

Join over 2,000 EV drivers who insured their Renault Zoe with us. 2,201 people have insured their Kia with MoneySuperMarket (figures accurate as of May 2022).

  • Speedy and simple

    Just pop in a few details about yourself, your electric car, and the cover you need

  • See your savings

    We’ll do the legwork to find the cheapest electric car insurance that offers the cover you need

  • Never miss a renewal

    With Car Monitor, we can remind you when your MOT and tax are due, so you never miss a renewal dates

How can I get cheaper car insurance for my Renault Zoe?

Car insurance costs aren’t cheap for electric cars, however there are ways to reduce your Renault Zoe premiums.

  • Shop around

    Never take the first price you see and always compare policies  

  • Avoid auto-renewing

    When your policy ends, always see if there’s a better option available   

  • Pay annually

    Paying once every year is usually cheaper than spreading the cost over 12 monthly payments

  • Increase your excess

    If you pay a higher excess this can lower your monthly premium, just make sure it's affordable if you need to claim

  • Improve your car's safety

    Installing alarms and immobilisers can lower your premiums

  • Store your car out of sight

    Your premiums will be cheaper if your car is stored in a locked garage or a driveway