Car insurance buyer’s guide

Automatic renewal
Have you ever had that horrible sinking feeling when you suddenly remember that your car insurance runs out today? Or was it yesterday? Or is it tomorrow?
Car insurance fraud
Car accidents are bad news: they cause damage to vehicles, they cost money and in some cases they end up with people getting hurt.
Car insurance groups
One factor that influences your insurance premium is the insurance group that your car falls into.
Cheap car insurance
Most insurers claim to offer cheap car insurance and with so many comparison sites too it can be hard to know where to turn.
Classic car insurance
If you own a classic car you’ll want to take care of it and keep it in great condition.
Compare car insurance
Car insurance is a legal requirement in the UK, and there are three types of cover available with Churchill.
Insurance savings
A happy, healthy car needs a bit more than a weekly visit to the petrol station and a monthly wash and polish.
Invalidate cover
When you take out car insurance, your insurer will highlight your policy’s key facts and exclusions and you should check your policy document when you receive
Named drivers
If you don’t own a car but regularly drive someone else’s – perhaps your partner’s, or maybe you borrow your mum’s every week – then you can have your name put on their car insurance, usually quite easily and cheaply.
Our glossary of car insurance-related terms.
Why do I need car insurance?
In the UK, it is a legal requirement for all cars being driven to have a car insurance policy.
How to renew your motor insurance
For most of the year, your motor insurance is probably the last thing on your mind – and so it should be.
Making sure you renew your car insurance
More than 3.2 million people in the UK have taken to the road uninsured after forgetting to renew their car insurance.