Press Release: January 19, 2010
Despite the fact that purchasing a car insurance policy is a legal requirement in the UK, there are a number of ways consumers can benefit from protecting their cars.
The basic protection with a car insurance policy is as follows:
You and your vehicle are insured during the time of an accident, theft or fire as long as financial needs are met dependent on type of policy.
Your liabilities to victims and third parties are also insured. As a legal requirement, third party car insurance meets your financial obligation to protect people and properties involved in an accident.
Aside from the regular, most expected benefits included in a car insurance quote, there are financial and practical gains to be enjoyed across a wide range of UK car insurance providers.
The general consensus regarding car insurance is that the more you pay the more protection you receive. This is often the case as comprehensive car insurance protects all drivers and people involved in an accident, as well as vandalism, theft, fire damage and personal contents cover.
If you would rather purchase a Third Party fire and theft car insurance policy, it is an option to pay an additional premium to include a selection of the above features as add-ons.
The majority of UK car insurance providers now allow drivers to mix and match to find a policy that not only suits their budget but suits their everyday driving requirements.
CompareInsurers.com is managed by a team of car insurance professionals and car enthusiasts. Our aim is to enable you to find all the information you need to get a competitive UK motor insurance quote. With over 50 UK motor insurance providers, you can be sure of finding the quote and the information you need.
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