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Multi car insurance

 
Multiple car insurance actually covers more than one car that belongs to the same household.
In many families one person owns more than one car or because several cars are owned by members of the same family. So they need to insure two or more cars.

How does multi-car insurance work?

With multi-car insurance you can insure more than one vehicle with a single policy. Some providers may provide you to insure as many as five vehicles as long as all of the vehicles are registered to the same address. You can insure cars on the existing policy for you, your spouse, your children, or even a friend, as long as you all live at the same address.

Multi-car insurance policy helps to save money because this can effectively bring more customers to the insurance company and simplify the bills.

Usually, there are no extra administration costs and no surcharges for the majority of multiple car insurance policies,

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Advantages of multiple car insurance policies include :

  • Cheaper premiums.
  • Synchronised renewal dates.
  • More convenient.

What should you look for in a multi-car insurance policy?

Following are some points to be cautious of with multi-car insurance :

  • Who can drive what - With multiple car insurance you will only be able to drive cars that you are registered as a named driver for.

  • Vehicle change - Make sure that you change your car during the policy term.

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  • Renewal dates - Some providers may link all renewal dates together, which could be costly if you are paying once in a year. Make sure that you pay monthly to break the expenditure down.

  • No-claims discount - You may have several years' no-claims bonus and one of the other drivers on the policy has an accident. Some providers will only eliminate the no-claims discount of the individual involved in the claim but you should check this is the case.

  • Compare the quote with individual policy quote - Make sure that your multi-car insurance quote is compared to individual policies

  • Additional discounts - Ask your insurer about additional discounts - such as for parking in a garage at night.
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This is a common strategy to grow loyalty by getting all the cars owned by a family to be insured by the same company.

Number of insurance companies is offering multiple car insurance and due to this market is becoming more and more competitive.

Take advantage of this by finding the most competitive deals by comparing the market.

 
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