The Green Insurance Company is giving new customers up to an additional 10 per cent discount today, to encourage drivers to reduce their carbon footprint whilst saving money at the same time.
Drivers who choose The Green Insurance Company car insurance have 100 per cent of their car's emissions offset, and can get an additional five per cent discount if they drive an economical car with low emissions or if they do a low mileage.
In addition to planting trees to offset its customers' fuel emissions, The Green Insurance Company also donates five per cent of profits to charity.
The Green Insurance Company car insurance already offers up to 26 per cent online discount, so new customers stand to save as much as 36 per cent, but only if they apply on Monday November 30, 2009.
Head of The Green Insurance Company, Gaynor Wood, commented: "At The Green Insurance Company we want to make it as easy as possible for our customers to be a little bit greener, without having to compromise on cost or quality. That's why our competitive car insurance includes 100% offset of our customers vehicle's carbon emissions while they're ensured with us."
Through planting trees in the UK on behalf of its customers, The Green Insurance Company has so far offset more than 94,000 tonnes of carbon, so it hopes that by offering the extra 10 per cent discount this will help it to reach 100,000 tonnes by the end of the year.
"Customers can save up to an extra 10% on our car insurance, and know they're helping the environment in the process!" Ms Wood enthused.
The cover offered by The Green Insurance Company car insurance also includes a guaranteed courtesy car, 24 hour accident and windscreen claims line, and the opportunity to get car insurance from an environmentally responsible company.
If you want to save more than just money, apply online for The Green Insurance Company car insurance here today
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