Cheap Car Insurance for Women
There are lots of confusing terms used in womans car insurance such as excesses, category of use and many many more. We hope this page will explain some of those terms and why they're important.
No claims bonus
One of the most important factors in determining how much you will pay for your car insurance, it is well worth considering opting for a protection scheme if your women's car insurance policy will allow it. The number of years you have gone without making a claims on your woman's car insurance is what is known as your no claims bonus(often abbreviated to NCB). Many companies will offer you the option to protect your NCB, but you are usually limited to a certain number of claims in a year. Certain conditions will apply, so we would advise you check with the relevant company to ensure that you understand how you may claim.
This figure is the amount of money that you must contribute to a claim. Many companies impose a mandatory excess, but also give you an option to take a voluntary excess which will be on top of your current excess. This is a very effective method of bringing down your woman car insurance premium, especially if you don't ever have to make a claim.
Women's Comprehensive Car Insurance
This is the level of cover we would recommend everyone to buy, but it can be very expensive for young drivers or those people with convictions for speeding. It covers you for almost any claim, just be sure that you've declared all relevant details to your insurance company(including modifications).
On this page, we've barely scratched the surface for female car insurance terms. If you have any questions we would be happy to advise you, please use the Contact Us page and we will try to answer your question as quickly as possible.