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Car Insurance Guides

How can I delete my driverly account?

If you've decided deleting your account is a simple process.

How can young drivers get cheaper car insurance?

For many young drivers, the cost of insurance can be very expensive.

Find out how to cut costs with our complete guide.

What does excess mean on car insurance?

Excess is the amount you agree to pay towards a car insurance claim. Traditional car insurance policies have a compulsory excess, and you can choose additional voluntary excess, which could make your car insurance cheaper.

What else is there to know about excess? Well, quite a bit it turns out… So get the lowdown here!

Know your speed limits

The speed limit for cars in the UK is 30mph in built-up areas; 60mph for single carriageways; 70mph for dual carriageways and motorways.

But things are never quite that simple, obv. Read on to find out all about speed limits

What is telematics insurance

Telematics insurance policies use GPS technology to determine driver behaviour. So they’re priced on driver safety and ability, rather than certain demographics.

Want to know more? Of course you do ;)

What happens if I'm involved in an accident?

No matter how safe a driver you are, you may be involved in a collision at some point. If this happens to you, it’s important to keep a cool head, and know exactly what to do.

Here we’ll look at what steps to take if you’re involved in an accident on the road.

Tips for buying your first car

Buying your first car is a true rite of passage. It’s perhaps a little scary, but also exciting. But given that it’s such a big deal, it’s important to get it right.

So what should you choose? Here we take a peek at some important considerations when shopping for your first set of wheels.

What car insurance charges and fees do I have to pay?

There are numerous fees and charges you may have to pay with car insurance, such as cancellation fees, adjustment fees and monthly APR. But Driverly doesn’t charge any of these. Yes, you read that right!

So what are these charges and fees for? And how come Driverly doesn’t charge them? Read on to find out.

How do I drive at night?

Driving in the dark is a very different beast to driving in the daytime. And before you’ve racked up some experience of driving at night, it can seem daunting.

But Driverly’s here to shine a light on night-time driving.

Is Driverly black box insurance?

No, a Driverly Insurance policy isn’t black box insurance. Although there are similarities, as both are based on telematics.

Read on to find out the similarities and differences between Driverly Insurance and black box policies, and the technology which they’re based on.

Should I get subscription-based insurance?

It’s totally up to you. But taking out a subscription-based car insurance policy – rather than a more traditional annual policy – definitely has its advantages.

Here we’ll look at the pros and cons of paying for car insurance by subscription.

Getting to grips with motorway driving

If you’re a new driver, you may not have spent much time on the motorway. Due to the higher speeds involved, it can make inexperienced drivers nervous. But actually, the principles involved are super easy to master.

Here we’ll look at the basics of motorway driving, and the most important things you need to know.

Guide to eco-friendly driving

Being green and clean is becoming more of a thing, and we’re all for it. Not only are we driving increasingly environmentally friendly vehicles, but we’re becoming more eco-safe drivers too.

Here we’ll take a look at a few small steps you can take to become a more eco-friendly driver, and save some money into the bargain.

How to become a safer driver

Learning to drive defensively is the key to improving road safety. By reading the road and anticipating other road users’ actions, you can become a Jedi of safe drivers.

But how can you achieve this in practice? And what are the principles of defensive driving? Read on, young padawan.

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