What insurance group is my car?
Car insurance groups can be confusing to the uninitiated, if you have never heard of them before or need to find out which group your car will fall under, this article has you covered.
What group insurance is my car
If you’re buying a brand-new or second-hand car, you should check which insurance group your car will fall under. Lower groups are the least valuable and easiest to repair meaning you will pay less on premiums for a lower group based solely on your car alone.
Here is a 2021 graph of the insurance groups and what the average annual premium range was.
|Car insurance group||Average annual premiums|
|1 to 10||£500 – £550|
|11 to 20||£550 – £600|
|21 to 30||£600 – £650|
|31 to 40||£750 – £800|
|41 to 50||£900 – £1000|
Young drivers tend to insure in groups 1 – 10 which in turn raises the premium for this bracket
How to save on your insurance
There are some steps you can take to help reduce your insurance premiums if your group amount is a little more than you were hoping.
- Always compare multiple car insurance quotes.
- Compare insurance costs before you buy a car.
- Raise your voluntary excess.
- Add an older driver to your insurance if you’re under 24
- Consider taking out Blackbox or Telematics insurance for lower premiums
At Quotezone, helping people find better deals is important to us. We can help you find the best deals on your car insurance with our panel of dedicated UK specialists. Whether you’re looking for third party, third party fire and theft, or comprehensive cover, Quotezone has you covered.
This article is intended as generic information only and is not intended to apply to anybody’s specific circumstances, demands or needs. The views expressed are not intended to provide any financial service or to give any recommendation or advice. Products and services are only mentioned for illustrative rather than promotional purposes.
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