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Learner driver insurance is an insurance product that is specifically designed to suit the requirements of young and learner drivers.

In most cases, learner driver insurance will only cover you when you have a provisional driving licence. When you pass your test, then you will need to change insurance option, unless you opt for our new hybrid insurance option.

Typically, learner driver insurance will comprehensively cover learner drivers when driving someone else’s car. However, there is a range of options on the market to suit your specific needs. Usually, learner driver insurance will allow anyone to take you out for driving practice as long as they are over 25 years old and have held a UK driving licence for more than three years.

Content 2 - Learner driver insurance is an insurance product that is specifically designed to suit the requirements of young and learner drivers.

In most cases, learner driver insurance will only cover you when you have a provisional driving licence. When you pass your test, then you will need to change insurance option, unless you opt for our new hybrid insurance option.

Typically, learner driver insurance will comprehensively cover learner drivers when driving someone else’s car. However, there is a range of options on the market to suit your specific needs. Usually, learner driver insurance will allow anyone to take you out for driving practice as long as they are over 25 years old and have held a UK driving licence for more than three years.

Content 3 - Learner driver insurance is an insurance product that is specifically designed to suit the requirements of young and learner drivers.

In most cases, learner driver insurance will only cover you when you have a provisional driving licence. When you pass your test, then you will need to change insurance option, unless you opt for our new hybrid insurance option.

Typically, learner driver insurance will comprehensively cover learner drivers when driving someone else’s car. However, there is a range of options on the market to suit your specific needs. Usually, learner driver insurance will allow anyone to take you out for driving practice as long as they are over 25 years old and have held a UK driving licence for more than three years.

Finding the perfect level of car insurance when learning how to drive is not easy. If you don’t have adequate cover you could find yourself on the bad side of the law and in a financial mess in the event you cause a collision. On the other hand, you don’t want to pay out for insurance that you don’t need or which doesn’t provide adequate protection, so there is certainly a great deal to consider when looking for a policy.

  • Fully comprehensive – provides protection for your own/family/friends vehicle in the event of an accident and more. It goes without saying that this is the most costly insurance as it covers just about everything you could want;
  • Third-party fire and theft – this provides protection for the third party in the event you cause a collision but does not cover your own vehicle or that of a member of the family or friend. It does, however, cover damage or loss from fire and theft for your vehicle;
  • Third-party only – this is the least amount of car insurance required to drive legally on the road but only covers the third party. This is the cheapest type of insurance that you can have to drive legally on the road, but it does not provide protection for your vehicle or that of family or friends if you are learning in their vehicle.

Whether you are learning to drive or have just passed your test, it is exciting to get behind the wheel and enjoy the independence that driving can bring. While being in the driver’s seat is fun and offers many practical benefits, new drivers often suffer from the high costs involved. Car insurance for young drivers is usually very expensive. However, at MyFirstUK, we want to make car insurance for young drivers more affordable and accessible with the right level of cover and protection that you need.

As new and young drivers have less experience on the roads, statistics show that young drivers are more likely to have an accident when driving. As a result, car insurance providers often charge a premium for young drivers to cover the risk. MyFirstUK specialises in car insurance for young drivers. We know the best tips and tricks to help lower your premiums. We work hard to understand your needs so that we can help to find you the best deal whether you have just got your first car or are still learning.

As it is a specialist type of car insurance aimed at those taking lessons, a policy provides cover for everything typical car insurance does and more.

The benefits of the policy include:

  • It allows you to practice outside of your lessons saving you money while gaining experience on the road
  • The policy generally includes accident protection, theft of the vehicle and may cover belongings
  • A policy may allow you to start building up no-claims bonus and protects that of other drivers should you be involved in an accident
  • With hybrid insurance you know exactly how much the insurance policy costs and the policy is switched over once you have passed your test, which means you don’t have to worry about looking for and paying for a different policy
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