Car insurance myths: Tempcover reveals all!

Did you know that nearly 6 million drivers in the UK are wasting a combined £1.3 billion in savings each year by not shopping around for a better deal on their cover? At around £113 per motorist, it’s clear to see the benefits of researching alternative providers when your policy is up for renewal.

With this in mind, we undertook some research on how to cut the cost of your car insurance in 2015, as well as some of the mysterious industry small print that tends to get drivers in a spin. That’s when we stumbled across Tempcover’s Top Car Insurance Myths!

Whether you’re a seasoned driver or have just recently passed, there are always questions and queries to be answered when renewing your car insurance. Thankfully, Tempcover’s infographic sheds light on some of the top car insurance myths, and while some are more fact than fiction, others are definitely not true.

Working with a panel of some of the best short term car insurers, Tempcover are the leading temporary car insurance provider in the UK. If you’re thinking of sharing a long drive, borrowing a friend’s car or even need to get covered on a van to move house, Tempcover offer policies from 1-28 so you can buy with confidence.

Take a look at Tempcover’s Top Car Insurance Myths infographic below, and see how you can save on cover this year!

Tempcover Car Insurance Myths - Complete


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