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Need that little extra bit of practice on the roads before your test? With learner driver insurance you can get cover from an hour to 180 days.
Need to insure a car for a day... you're in the right place. With Veygo you can get temp cover on your own car, or someone else's car.
Some people call it provisional insurance, some people call it learner insurance. Simply put... if you have a provisional licence and you're learning to drive, we might be able to help you with cover.
Unfortunately, another driver or car can’t be added to your existing insurance policy, but you can buy a separate insurance policy for the other driver or car you wish to insure. When purchasing for another driver, they’ll need to continue as a new customer and create their own account with an alternative email address. Easy!
We’re really sorry, but we can’t provide cover if you don’t hold a GB licence (excluding Northern Ireland) or if your vehicle does not have a GB registration. Sorry we can’t help you further and I hope you find a suitable alternative.
We don’t currently offer insurance policy extensions, but you can take out more insurance online in next to no time. We save your details to make getting a quote even easier the second time around. Just log in, and you’re ready to roll! If you'd like to repurchase on the go, try downloading our app where you can repurchase your previous cover in just 5 taps!
Unfortunately, our insurance policies don't allow you to build your No Claims Bonus. However, our policies provide you with your own separate insurance for the car that you will be driving. This means that if you're borrowing someone else's car and have to make a claim, it won’t affect the car owner’s no-claims bonus. This also means they don’t need to declare it when renewing their insurance.
Our insurance policies only provide cover for driving for social, domestic and pleasure uses, as well as driving to and from one place of work. We do not cover business-related purposes which can include using your car to pick up or deliver business supplies or driving to visit clients.
The accidental damage excess on most temporary car insurance is set at £750. Some customers can choose a lower excess of £250 or £100, depending on the product and you and/or your car’s details. The excess for a windscreen claim can be found in your insurance policy schedule, within your account.
Actually, yes – you can. You can tax your vehicle with a temporary policy at the DVLA website. Or, if you want to go old-school, you can take your temporary insurance docs to the post office.
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