Size Does Matter When It Comes To Car Insurance
Published: 24 May 2010 By MoneyHighStreet Staff Leave a Comment
Smaller, less powerful cars help to reduce car insurance costs, so too does our fantastic offer of 15% off your current insurers car insurance renewal premium.
Research from Confused.com shows that the Vauxhall Corsa1 is the most popular first car for new drivers and suggests that most new drivers select vehicles of a smaller engine size with 17% choosing a modest 1.2 engine and 75% choosing engines of 1.4 or under.
Smaller, less powerful cars represent a smaller risk when it comes to car insurance, which is especially pertinent for new drivers who are deemed a much higher, and therefore more expensive, risk when it comes to the premiums they have to pay.
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Confused.com tips to help you with your car insurance costs include
- Take Pass Plus: Whilst it’s impossible to buy the experience that comes with time, this is a good indicator to insurance providers that you’re taking driving seriously
- Start with the classic small-engine run-around in order to build driving experience – note the fact that the modest Ford Ka returns the lowest premium on average
- If the car is low-value you might wish to consider a TPFT policy, as young driver excesses may make the comprehensive cover a pointless exercise
- Typically, premiums will dip in price when drivers hit 25 but whilst you’re waiting, building no claims bonus can lead to valuable discounts