Be Wiser Insurance Knowledge Base
Learning how to drive is a universal rite of passage for adolescents in every corner of the globe.
When you are buying a car insurance policy, there are three levels of cover you can choose from: third party only, third party fire and theft, and comprehensive. Third party is the minimum level of cover you need for driving in the UK.
Much like choosing a car insurance policy, there are a lot of things to consider when buying your motorcycle insurance. What do you need to be covered for, who needs to be covered, and do you need any additional extras?
Being a motorist is as expensive as it has ever been, with the cost of fuel making its highest increase for 18 years in May.
4x4 vehicles are increasing in popularity, and the variety of vehicles on the market proves this.
For drivers who don’t want to pay for their entire annual car insurance policy in one lump sum, paying in monthly instalments is a good alternative.
Temporary or short-term car insurance can be very useful in some situations, and it’s important to be aware that it is an option for you, should you ever need it. Taking out temporary insurance means you only pay for the cover you need.
If you own a motorcycle - whether you use it all year round or only in the summer - it always needs to be insured. As with any other insurance, it’s important to make sure you’re covered for everything you need in the event of an accident.
Theft is a common concern for van drivers, and losing your van can mean losing your livelihood and days or weeks of income.