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Car Insurance FAQ
How do I get cheap car insurance?
We've put together 20 Brilliant Tips on how to reduce your car insurance.
Go through each one to see if you can get your quote even lower.
Which cars are rated Group 1 for insurance?
Did you know that cars rated as 'Group 1' for insurance purposes may lower your premium?
Check out our article on how car insurance groups work and what cars are rated as Group 1.
How much discount does No Claims Bonus give you?
No Claims Bonus (NCB) or Discount is possibly the biggest rating factor affecting your quote
Find out more on how NCB works, how you get it and what happens to it if you claim
How can I get my renewal price cheaper?
If you've just had your renewal price through and it's gone up, then you must read our article on you can lower the cost of your renewal. It could save you £££'s!
How to check your car insurance history
We show you how to check your car insurance history including any previous claims data held on you, your No Claims Bonus status or simply finding out what information is held about your current and past insurance policies.
How can young drivers get cheap car insurance?
Many people find it hard to get a reasonable price for their quote when the main driver is in their teens or early twenties.
Read our short article on how you can cut down the cost of young driver insurance.
How do insurance companies work out my price?
Ever wondered how insurance companies arrive at the price of your quote?
We explain how the quote process works and what insurance companies take into account when working out the cost of your insurance.
Why does car insurance cost so much?
If you're wondering why your car insurance quote or renewal is so expensive then read our article on how companies operate and make money from car insurance.
Fronting - Are you and your parents breaking the law?
Adding a parent to your car insurance policy as the main driver could be classed as fronting, a criminal offence that can have severe penalties. Here's an explanation together with how young drivers can legally reduce their cost.