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NEW DRIVER CAR INSURANCE

At Go Girl we give new drivers the car insurance cover they need at a price they can afford.

If you’re taking out car insurance for the first time the choice can be bewildering.

Our comprehensive policy offers new drivers up to £100 of personal belongings cover and £200 for handbag cover. So if you leave your bag in the car and it gets stolen, then you’re covered*. Our comprehensive policy also gives you legal cover and a courtesy car for the duration of your repair following an accident, so you won’t find yourself having to miss work, or cancel plans with your friends.
* Bags must be kept out of sight and your car must be locked

With all our cover you have the option to add RAC breakdown cover. So help is at hand if your car lets you down and you have chosen RAC Cover.

You can get a quote and buy online in minutes. And our UK-based claims team are on call 24/7 if you ever need to make a claim.

Driving down the cost of cover

It can be hard to find cheap car insurance for new drivers. Perhaps this is because you’re a young driver or a driver with less experience. Insurance companies rate young and inexperienced drivers as a higher risk because they’re more likely to have an accident than an older and more experienced driver.

And if you’re buying insurance for the first time you won’t have had time to build up a No Claims Discount (NCD). This is where drivers are rewarded for careful driving with lower premiums.

There are ways to reduce the cost of your new driver car insurance. Think about the type of car you drive. Cars are put into groups by insurance companies and are rated based on how much they are likely to cost to repair or replace in the event of a claim.

It is always best to park on a driveway off of the street when possible but if you have to park on the street, make sure your car is left in a well-lit area, preferably outside your home, where you can keep an eye on it. Not only does keeping your car in a safe place when it is not in use reduce the risk of being the victim of an opportunistic crime, it can also bring down the cost of your insurance.

As a new and inexperienced driver, it helps to get as much practice as you can. Taking part in the Pass Plus course after you’ve passed your driving test will help further build your confidence on the roads, and may help to keep the cost of your insurance down.

Excesses for new drivers

An excess is the amount you pay if you have to make a claim. The size of the excess will depend on the type of car insured, the age and experience of the driver, as well as any voluntary excess you choose to pay.

New drivers under 25

As well as the standard excess, new drivers aged between 17 and 24 will have to pay a young driver excess. This will be based on age and the value of the car, and will be added to the standard excess in the event of a claim.

If you’re a new driver taking out car insurance for the first time Go Girl will give you the peace of mind that you and your car are covered while you take to the road.

COMPARISON OF OUR COVER LEVELSCOMPREHENSIVE
COVER
THIRD PARTY FIRE
AND THEFT COVER
THIRD PARTY
ONLY COVER
Legal Cover up to £1000
Travel Abroad
Audio Equipment Cover
Child Car Seat
Personal Belongings Cover up to £100
Personal Accident Cover up to £5000
Stolen Car Replacement*
Windscreen Cover
Free Courtesy Car
£200 Handbag Cover
*Based on new car replacement only, subject to T's and C's
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ONLINE QUOTE TODAY!
  • 24/7 CLAIMS LINE
  • UK-BASED CALL CENTRE
  • LEGAL COVER INCLUDED
  • PROTECT YOUR NO CLAIM DISCOUNT*
  • *after 1 year
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