Set yourself up for success with daily learner insurance. Our temporary learner driver insurance has been created to help you add in the practice hours away from your driving instructor. All you need is a car, someone to supervise you and a day’s worth of insurance and you’re good to go.
Being able to insure a learner driver for a day gives you true flexibility. Something that adding a learner to your existing policy doesn’t do. You’ll protect your No Claims Discount and give a learner a chance to add valuable practice when you need it, on top of their driving lessons.
Not only is it cheaper than adding them to your insurance, but it’s cheaper than driving lessons too! Just enter the car’s details and get your quote instantly. Buy cover in minutes and you’ll be out on the road practising. It is so easy; all you need is a provisional licence and a suitable car to learn in.
Customer surveys reveal that the UK motorists’ second-biggest car-related concern is the cost of insurance. Short term learner driver insurance is a great way to save money and stay covered while you learn to drive.
Our one day learner insurance offers student drivers a policy of their own. It lets them practice in their own time, away from their lessons and instructor. Adding the hours they need to pass their test.
As you can get insured instantly, and drive in a matter of minutes, you can insure a learner for a day whenever you want. This makes it an amazingly flexible option.
You won’t be tied into any long contracts or even have to call a current insurer to get added or removed from an existing policy. Drive your friend or family member’s car with fully comprehensive car insurance. Don’t put their no claims discount at risk.
Stats show that the average person needs 45 hours of lessons and an additional 22 hours of practice. So what are you waiting for? Get insured for the month and get as much practice in as you can.
Our temporary learner driver insurance can cover you to drive a friend’s car, family member’s car or even someone else’s car. All you need to do is make sure you have permission and a supervisor with you at all times. It’s time to get those hours in.
Daily insurance for learner drivers gives you the chance to improve your driving before your test, on a schedule that works for you. Our flexible cover lets you insure a learner for as little as 1 day or up to 24 weeks.
The named driver must always be accompanied by someone over 25 who owns a full UK driving licence that they’ve held for at least 3 years.
You can use it to take your test too, but your daily learner driver insurance policy expires as soon as you pass. It is valid for 3 hours so you can drive home if you need to.
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MID: Please note that all our Short Term Insurance policies are submitted to the Motor Insurance Database (MID) at midnight every day. We recommend always having a copy of your Insurance Certificate with you during the period of cover.
Yes, there are a few options- added to an existing policy as a named driver, own annual policy on own car, or short term insurance on either your own car or someone else’s.
Any temporary car insurance policy you obtain through GoShorty will be fully comprehensive. Our provisional insurance is no different. This means your learner insurance policy protects you from:
It works in the same way as a traditional car insurance policy. Provisional licence holders will be insured to drive the nominated car and the policy will sit alongside the car owner’s own car insurance policy. With GoShorty you can get a quote in minutes and have the policy in your inbox in seconds so you can start practicing.
Yes you do. As a learner driver you can only drive with someone in the same car. This person must have a full uk driving licence, have been driving for at least 3 years and be aged 25 tears or older. They do not have to be related to you.
It is possible to learn to drive in someone else’s car. You need to be insured. You also need a provisional license, a driver with a license to supervise you and the appropriate plates for your country. These are L in England & Scotland, with the option of D in Wales.
We offer temporary learner insurance for drivers aged 17 to 69.
No it doesn’t. Once you’ve passed your practical driving test your learner driver insurance will no longer be valid. You have a grace period of 3 hours to drive home from the test centre, but once this period is over you must take out car insurance.
While many car insurance policies will allow you to add another driver, or even a learner driver, it may not be the best idea. If you simply add a learner driver to your insurance policy, any accidents or incidents could affect the owner’s no claims discount.
With a provisional insurance policy, this won’t be the case. As short term learner insurance is so flexible it can end up being much cheaper than adding them to your existing policy.
The total cost of learner insurance will vary depending on:
Yes it does. If you want to take the practical driving test in your own car then you can use learner driver insurance to do this. If you are taking it in your driving instructor’s car then you won’t need to worry about sorting your own insurance for the test.