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Post Office Car Insurance

Post Office Car Insurance

Post Office Car Insurance

Capitalising on a trusted name amongst consumers Post Office car insurance aims to find you the best policy to suit your needs, at the lowest possible price from their extensive panel of insurers. If you buy online today, you could save up to £125*!

Choose from basic third party, third party fire and theft or fully comprehensive motor cover. Customer support is excellent with claims sorted out with the minimum of fuss. Specifically you can expect to receive the following benefits with each level of cover:

Third Party Only

  • Unlimited for Third Party for injury and £20 million for property damage
  • Any damage or injury a passenger may cause
  • Damage to third party when towing, including trailers and caravans
  • Driving other cars extension (subject to terms and conditions)
  • Foreign travel Ė 60 days per trip in EU countries

Third Party, Fire and Theft (As Third Party, PLUS)

  • Cover to car if stolen, damaged by fire, lightening or explosion
  • Full cover for audio equipment (if own fit, cover is set at £500 - subject to terms and conditions)
  • Customerís car towed, stored and delivered after a valid claim and dependant on conditions
  • Motor accessories which have been declared to the insurer whether fitted to the car or stored in your private garage

Fully Comprehensive (As Third Party, Fire and Theft, PLUS)

  • Vandalism, malicious damage, storm and flood damage
  • Accidental damage to the customerís car, including windscreen and windows
  • Replacement car whilst the car is at an approved repairer (subject to availability and conditions)
  • New for old replacement vehicle if less than 12 months old
  • 3 year guarantee on all repairs***
  • Medical expenses covered up to £200
  • Personal effects covered up to £100
  • Personal accident (death and injury) up to £5,000 each for the regular driver and spouse

*This is based on an independent survey of over 1,480 quotes carried out by Direct Excellence in October 2006.