Learner Driver Insurance

Keep yourself covered while you take to the road

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Learning to drive can be exciting and lead to a lot more freedom, but it can also be expensive. Paying for lessons, fuel, road tax, the car itself – it all adds up. That’s why we want to make it easier for you to find the right learner driver insurance for your needs.

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Why do I need learner driver insurance?


If you’re learning to drive through a professional driving school, they’ll most likely include insurance costs in the price of your lessons. But if you want to practise in your own car or outside of lessons with friends or family in different cars, you’ll need your own learner’s insurance.

You have the option of a temporary or short term policy that only covers you while you’re learning, or you could choose a full 12-month policy that can be upgraded when you pass your test and get a full license.

Another essential thing you’ll need regardless of how you choose to learn is your provisional driving license, which is what allows you drive on the road legally when learning to drive.


Find the right policy for you with Asda Money


It can seem like a stressful job to find your first car insurance policy, but with Asda Money the hard work is done for you.

Simply enter your details and compare quotes and policies from the UK’s top providers. You’ll be shown the three standard levels of insurance cover (Comprehensive, Third Party, Fire and Theft, and Third Party Only), but you’ll also see options for more specific types of insurance, including Learner Driver policies.

Once you’ve passed your test, swapped out your provisional license for a full driver’s license and you’re ready to take to the road on your own, take a look at young drivers insurance options and black box insurance policies.



Top Car Insurance FAQs:

What's the best car insurance for you?

Finding the right car insurance for you and your wheels can be complicated because there’s so much choice out there. With Asda Car Insurance comparison service, the shopping is done for you and helps you compare quotes from some of the UK’s leading providers.

All you need to do is pick the policy and price that’s right for you.

All levels of cover for your car:

How to get cheap car insurance quotes with Asda car insurance comparison service?

Getting cheap car insurance quotes with Asda has never been simpler and you can get covered in minutes.

All you need to do is complete a number of simple questions about you, the car you’re looking to insure and your driving history.

You’ll be asked very basic questions like your name, address and date of birth, as well as questions about how long you’ve been driving and the number of no claims bonus (NCB) you have.

From there you’ll need to complete some questions about the car insurance cover you want and then the work is done for you. Plus, some providers will offer multi-car discounts if you insure multiple cars under the same policy.

What happens when you compare car insurance with Asda car insurance comparison service?

When you compare car insurance, your details are run through the various car insurance providers on the panel.

Over 60 of the UK’s leading providers, including the likes of Aviva, Hastings and Admiral, will return the cheapest quotes they have to offer.

You'll see your quotes, starting with the cheapest first, and you’ll also be able to see prices for Comprehensive, Third Party, Fire and Theft and Third Party Only policies.

At that point it’s up to you to select the quote and cover you want! It's also worth taking a look at any optional extras you might want to include with your policy, like a courtesy car if yours runs into trouble or legal cover in case you do happen to get into an accident.

What are your levels of car insurance cover?

When you compare quotes you’ll automatically see all three levels of cover when your quotes display but car insurance is a little more complicated than just Comprehensive, Third Party, Fire and Theft or Third Party Only. You'll also want to consider what other car insurance benefits you want, like cover for driving abroad, and what optional extras you might want for your policy for complete peace of mind when driving.

If you want a telematics (black box) policy, one that covers you for work or social only, or you're ahead of the curve and have an electric car, you can still compare quotes and get covered with Asda car insurance comparison service. 

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