Student Car Insurance

Short-term cover for a parent or friend's car if you only drive when you're home from uni, or annual policies for students who drive their own car.

We offer students the best of both worlds: for those who take their car to uni, there's an affordable annual insurance policy.

And for students who only tend to drive during the holidays, there's another great deal. We’ve teamed up with Marmalade to offer you affordable short-term cover to drive a parent or a friend’s car, with no risk to their no claims bonus!

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The benefits

  • Available to 18 to 27 year old students with a full licence
  • Cover available for 7 to 28 days
  • No risk to owner’s no claim bonus
  • Instant comprehensive cover

Flexibility for budget conscious student drivers

This insurance has been specifically designed to provide short-term cover for budget-conscious students who don’t need to drive all year round. If you’re home for the holidays or just about to start university, it could give you the flexibility you’re looking for. 

What it covers

  • Available to students with a student e-mail address, or a copy of the student ‘offer’ letter
  • Available to full licence-holders only
  • Accident and conviction free
  • Vehicle must be owned by parent or friends with primary insurance operative
  • For vehicles valued from £1,500 to £25,000
  • Available on vehicles up to 7 years old
  • Available on vehicles up to car group 26

No risk to parent’s or friend’s no claims bonus

Your student car insurance is fully comprehensive, so in the event of any damage to your parent’s or friend’s car, the claim is made through your policy, not theirs, protecting their no claims bonus. Peace of mind when they can hand the keys over!

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Annual policies for student drivers

Are your circumstances a little different? If you’re taking your own car to uni and need an annual policy, our 12-month student car insurance is likely to suit your needs.

Get a quote for an annual policy on your own car at university.


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