Learning to drive is expensive, especially if you’re paying for extra lessons if you need some additional practice. Plus being added on to a friend or parents insurance policy can be quite costly and it could affect their No Claims Bonus if you are involved in an accident while practicing. That is where a Learner Driver Policy comes in handy.
How does Learner Driver Insurance work?
If you’re aged 17-21, have your provisional licence and are raring to get on the road, Learner Driver insurance is the easy, affordable way to get you out and practicing.
We’ve come up with a solution that suits everyone: a policy that won’t affect the car owner’s no claims bonus or existing policy but does give you complete cover for as long as you need it.
What’s covered in Learner Driver Insurance?
Yes. Any driver who is over 25 and has been driving for at least three years.
No, when you sign up for driving lessons at a professional driving school, you won’t need to worry about Learner’s Insurance as it is included in the price of your lessons.
This is illegal. Any driver who drives without insurance could face a fine and penalty points on your licence before you even get it.
Yes, but their premium could increase considerably as you are seen as a big risk to an insurer. If you have an accident, they may lose their No Claims Discount.
No, cover will stop as soon as you pass your test.
You might want to think about your own car insurance soon if you plan to buy your own car once you pass your test. If you take out a policy with our young drivers’ insurance, ChilliDrive, you could save up to £1,800*.
*Based on 53% of 100 customers saving over £1,800 – June 2019. Source: Based on Broker’s own data.