Motoring Insurance

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Frequently Asked Questions About Motoring Insurance

    • What is motoring insurance?
      Owning and operating a vehicle in the UK requires you to have insurance. You can choose from three levels of cover: third party only, third party, fire & theft, or fully comprehensive. The minimum level of cover required by law is third party only. This will protect the other person’s vehicle in the event of an accident, meaning their repairs will be paid for by your insurer. This level of cover, however, is rarely wide-ranging enough for the many potential risks of being a road user.
    • Do I need motor trade insurance by law?
      People who own or work for a business that relies on vehicles will need motor trade insurance. Mechanics and vehicle repairs, car sales, breakdown and recovery firms, scrap yards, specialist collectors/restorers, valets, and other such businesses will need motor trade insurance. In general, it covers the vehicles during the time they are in the care of your business. It is a type of insurance that has many features and caveats that can be amended depending on the nature of your business.
    • Can QuoteSearcher help insure convicted drivers?
      Drivers that have been convicted of DR10, SP30, TT99, LC10, CD10, IN10, among others, can work with QuoteSearcher to try and source a competitive quote for their insurance. Legal and breakdown cover are among the features that can be included as part of your overall policy. We have a great deal of experience in working with convicted drivers and understand the unique challenges that drivers face post-conviction.
    • What constitutes a modified car?
      Any car that has had changes made that deviate from the manufacturer’s standard is considered as a modified car. From engine changes to new alloys, all modifications must be disclosed to your insurer otherwise your policy may be invalidated. Modified car insurance is the best way to protect your vehicle and its modified aspects in the event of an accident, theft, or vandalism.
    • What constitutes a classic car?
      If you are wondering whether you need classic car insurance, the date is the key. In general, a classic car is a vehicle made before 1973, but there are some insurance brokers that may consider any vehicle older than fifteen years. Features of classic car insurance include agreed mileage cover, laid up cover, and track/rally day cover.
    • How long will a quote be valid with QuoteSearcher?
      We do not offer a live quote, however we will partner you with a range of specialist motor insurance brokers who will then work with you to create a competitive quote for whichever type of motor insurance you require. We only work with the most respected and trusted brokers, so you don’t have to worry about your details being passed to unsuitable partners.
    • What does my insurance company need to know?
      You will need to provide a few important details in order for a broker to provide you with a quote. Our helpful form will ask you all the pertinent questions, giving our partners everything they need to work out a premium price. This makes the whole process simpler and less stressful from start to finish.
    • How do I make a claim?
      In the event of a claim, contact your motor insurance provider. They will send you a claim form which you can then fill out with all the important details. Once you have sent this back to your insurance provider, they will begin the claim process.