Students Car Insurance

Student Car Insurance Quotes

Students car insurance is available from a wide range of car insurance providers, including specialist insurers - you can find a selection of student car insurance deals by clicking on the links in the table below:
 

Learner Driver Car Insurance Deals
ProviderCover TermMinimum and Maximum AgeSpecial FeaturesGet Quotes
1 - 90 days17 - 22Instant Car Insurance For Learner Drivers. Cover for Learner Drivers up to 90 days. Insurance documents immediately issued.Get Quotes >
12 Months17 to 25Great deals for young and learner drivers - Quotes from specialist brokers to help you find the cheapest dealGet Quotes >
7 days - 5 months17 - 40Immediate online policy for provisional license holders. Get FREE L-plates and Theory Test practice DVD when you take out a policy using code ‘FREEPLATE14’Get Quotes >
12 Months17 - 25Aged 25 or under with a full licence? Get an upfront discount in your first year when you add DrivePlus telematics to your policy. Underwritten by U K Insurance LimitedGet Quotes >
30 to 90 days with the option to renew at any timeFrom age 17Cover from £2.12 per day. Practise in a friend's or family car, protect the owner's No Claims Bonus, instant comprehensive coverGet Quotes >
12 Months17 - 24Save £100's on your car insurance. No curfews, clever black box technology helping you become a lower risk driver, earn your own No Claims DiscountGet Quotes >

It is probably a fairly safe assumption to make to say that car insurance is not at the top of most students ‘to do’ lists.  But in between the moving and the new sights and sounds it is important to make that car insurance for students has been taken care of.

For students car insurance can be a challenge to pay for, and there are many reasons why this is so. Primary among them is that most students are young and young people will tend to face higher insurance premiums then the rest of the population.
It is important for students to look at a number of car insurance quotes rather then simply settling for the cheapest. This is because the least expensive kind of car insurance, third party insurance offers limited cover and will not help with the costs of repairing a damaged vehicle.

One particular trend that occurs when dealing with car insurance for students is the practice of ‘fronting.’ This is where parents name the student as a second driver despite the fact the student is the primary driver. This practice is illegal and is also surprisingly easy to spot, with insurers known to look at:

  • Whose credit or debit card is regularly used to pay for petrol
  • The geography if any claims made
  • Details such as the cars contents

Other methods of lowering car insurance for students are the same as those employed by any young motorist; don’t buy an expensive car, don’t modify your vehicle, try to get a no claims discount and low mileage discount and complete the Pass Plus course.

On top of these practical measures it is important that the right amount of time is taken to compare and contrast car insurance quotes to find a suitable policy, both in terms of price and cover. As part of this process you may also want to get quotes from a car insurance price comparison site - see below: