Usually, people require car insurance for a whole year, and have plenty of time to arrange their insurance, but this is not always the case. Sometimes you require instant car insurance- perhaps your car is brand new and you only need temporary cover, or perhaps you’ve forgotten to arrange your insurance, and the due date is upon you. Here are some tips for arranging instant car insurance.
Firstly, if you need instant car insurance for a short time, you should ask an insurer for a cover note, also called a cover letter. This is a short-term, temporary cover, given instantly, until you can arrange permanent insurance. This is the kind of insurance which covers a car getting to the repairer, or from a dealership, or to the motor authority in your area.
A different type of instant car insurance is temporary insurance, or “Day Insurance.” Most providers of instant, temporary insurance are happy to insure a vehicle for between 1 and 28 days. If you do not require a whole year’s insurance, this is the option for you. It is particularly useful for travellers who purchase a car while they are overseas, people who have borrowed a car, or people who require car insurance for longer than a cover note will allow.
Not all insurance is the same, so make sure you aren’t treated just like everyone else. Make you needs known to your insurers, and always read the fine print carefully to make sure that you receive the instant car insurance which best meets your needs.
Source by Darren MacDonald