Are you ready for an electric vehicle?
If you want to find out more about insuring your electrical car, we've got all the information you'll need.
Take a closer look what's included with our electric car insurance
With our comprehensive cover, you can get our battery cover and charge cable cover.
Your electric car's battery, whether it's leased or owned, is covered against theft or accidental damage. The cost of repairing or replacing the battery will be considered up to the write-off point of the vehicle.
Charge cable cover
Charging cables and your home charger are covered for accidental damage, fire and theft. You'll also be covered should someone trip over the charge cable while charging your car at home or away from home.
This covers you if your car is stolen, accidentally damaged or damaged by fire. You're also covered for claims made against you by other people for damage to their property or for bodily injury.
Third party, fire and theft
This covers you if your car is damaged by fire or stolen, and if other people claim against you for injury or damage to their car or property. This doesn't include accidental damage.
This covers you if your car is stolen, accidentally damaged or damaged by fire. You're also covered for claims made against you by other people for damage to their property or for bodily injury. Comprehensive Plus offers some higher cover limits than Comprehensive, as well as some extras included as standard.
How do you insure your electric car?
Insuring your electric car is as easy as insuring any other vehicle. Simply click 'get a quote' and be sure to have the following information to hand:
1. Car details
Your electric car's registration number, as well as its value, purchase date and annual mileage. If your car isn’t found, you can enter the details manually.
2. Personal details
Your address, driving licence info, previous claims and other named drivers on your policy.
3. Policy start date
An inaccurate or change in start date may affect your premium.
4. No Claim Discount
Details of any claim-free driving could reduce your premium. We may require proof.
How to save money while saving the planet
Three times world champion Formula One driver Jackie Stewart has been quoted as saying that we should 'Drive like the world's finest chauffeur', and he's right. Driving a car properly and economically is all about smoothness.
What should you do if you have a car accident?
Accidents do happen and they're not fun, that's for sure – so learn to stay cool and do the right thing after a crash.
Tips for driving at night
There are two main difficulties with staying alert while driving at night. Firstly, it's dark. Secondly, you're likely to be sleepy and lower on concentration, and so are the other drivers!