Cover for learning to drive
Want to get some extra driving practice in? Our learner driver cover from DayInsure can insure you to drive your own car, or a family member or friend’s car – for a few hours or a few months.
Pay as you go
Flexible cover from 2 hours to 5 months – so you only pay for what you need
New car replacement
If the car is stolen or extensively damaged within 12 months of purchase from new
If we can’t fix things at the roadside, we’ll get you to an approved repairer
Are you eligible?
To get Learner Driver Insurance, you, your car and your supervising driver must meet the following criteria.
As the driver, you must:
- Be a UK resident aged 17 or over
- Hold a provisional licence with no penalty points, motoring convictions or offences
Your supervising driver must:
- Be aged between 25 and 75 years old
- Have held a full UK driving licence for at least 3 years
The vehicle you’re driving must:
- Also be insured under a separate annual policy
- Be worth less than £30,000
- Have no more than 6 seats (including the driver’s seat)
What's included with Learner Driver cover
- Flexible duration
Cover for any period between 2 hours and 5 months – and if you pass your test earlier than planned, we’ll refund any time you haven’t used
- Loss, theft or damage
Cover for up to £50,000 for the legal owner – and it won't affect the owner’s insurance policy
- New car replacement
If the car is less than 12 months old and the repair cost is more than 60% of the list price
- Legal liability
Cover for up to £5 million if someone's injured or their property's damaged
- Emergency treatment
Cover for emergency medical expenses if you or your passengers are in an accident
What’s not covered
Unfortunately, we can’t cover everything. Make sure you’re comfortable with what’s not covered before you get started.
- Night-time cover
You’re only covered between the hours of 6am and 10pm
- Uninsured cars
The vehicle you drive must also be insured under a separate annual motor insurance policy
- Full driving licence
All cover ends as soon as you pass your driving test
Take a look at our policy wording for full details of what’s not covered.
Ready to get cover?
Simply enter the vehicle registration and your driving licence number to start your quote online.
How the claims process works
Whatever happens, Dayinsure are on hand to help – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you’ve had an accident or need to make a claim, call Dayinsure on 08000 156 166 1straightaway.
You'll need your policy number to start your claim – so it's a good idea to have this to hand.
The team will take a look at your claim and work out how best to help you.
DayInsure will review any photos or documents you’ve sent as part of your claim and ask you for details of anyone else involved.
Settling your claim
Dayinsure will work with you to sort things out as quickly as possible.
Remember, any claim you make won’t affect a no claims discount on any annual policy on the vehicle.
Looking for more cover?
We’ve got a range of car cover options to help protect what’s important to you.
Save 10% for every additional vehicle you add - up to five cars registered at the same address. Discount doesn’t apply to optional add-ons.
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