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Do’s and Don’ts of buying Car Insurance


Do you love your family and enjoy weekend drives with them? Well, we all love weekend drive with our family but sometimes we forget the most important thing for our car i.e. car insurance. The primary use of car or motor or taxi insurance is to provide financial protection against physical damage to cars after traffic collisions or theft of the vehicle. Some countries do not require vehicle drivers to carry car insurance documents with them but if you are driving without car insurance on roads of UK, Wales or Scotland, then be prepared to pay fine of 1,000 pounds.

Motor or Taxi insurance providers try to lure vehicle owners by giving them less comprehensive or monthly payment type insurance policies. We have heard of the metaphor “Do not judge a book by its cover.” Apply the same criteria while taking car insurance. Try to avoid monthly installment payment method and buy third party insurance.

No doubt your car insurance brings to you confidence and peace of mind but you also have to declare certain things to your insurance provider such as any claims made earlier, modification made to the vehicle and use of vehicles for commercial purpose. Do not wait for vehicle damage instead get an insurance coverage for your car. as it will give a sense of security.


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