M&S tops car insurance poll

21 April 2006 / by None
A report into the latest car insurance offerings on the market by Which? magazine has rated M&S as the best provider, based on its ability to offer "good value for most drivers".

The survey analysed 6,450 premiums from 41 insurance companies in the UK, taking into account price, cover supplied and provisions included, such as the availability of a courtesy car.

Marks and Spencer's insurance policies provide a courtesy car as standard, introduced when market research by the high street chain that found drivers' main concern when they had an accident was their ability to get around while their own car was being repaired.

"We are delighted by the recognition that M&S car insurance has achieved in the Which? report," said David Mackay, commercial director of M&S Money.

"We guarantee to keep our customers on the road if their own vehicle is unavailable while being repaired after an accident, stolen or even written off. This is something that many other policies do not guarantee."

M&S policies will provide a hire car for up to 14 days after an accident, fire or theft and further use may be offered if the policyholder's car remains unavailable after this time.

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