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Ford Car Insurance 


As one of the most popular car brands, Ford is a reliable and practical car that has low running costs and equally impressive fuel consumption. But before you get on the road, it’s important that you have the right Ford insurance in place.

Not only is this a legal requirement but it could also save you from being liable to pay huge costs in the event of an accident, damage or injury. 

 

What insurance should I get for my Ford? 

There are three common types of insurance – third party, comprehensive and TPFT (third party, fire and theft). Third party is the most basic level of cover and protects other people, their car, property and animals. TPFT includes this as well as if your car is stolen or fire damaged. The highest level of coverage is comprehensive and includes all of this plus any damage to your vehicle. 

 

How is my Ford car insurance quote calculated?

Providers will ask for some personal information including your age, driving history and postcode. If you want to add any other drivers onto your policy, you’ll need to provide this information for them too. You’ll also need to share some information about your car including its age, engine size and safety features.

 

Can I reduce the cost of my Ford insurance? 

The easiest way to find a good deal on your Ford insurance is by shopping around. There are also a few strategies to reduce your quote like adding another more experienced driver onto the policy or ensuring your car has anti-theft features. Where you keep your car overnight can also impact the quote. 

 

What policy add-ons should I choose when I’m comparing Ford insurance? 

Additional extras can include cover for misfuelling, lost keys, accidental damage and accidents involving uninsured drivers. It’s up to you whether or not you want to include it though. If you want to drive abroad, you can also get European Cover which will protect you and your car in Europe. 

 

Does the cost of my car insurance get cheaper as my Ford car gets older?

Yes, typically older cars are cheaper to insure. This is because they lose their value as they age so insurance payouts usually decrease after an accident. Smaller cars and electric cars also tend to have cheap insurance rates. 

 

If my car is old, do I need full coverage?

The level of coverage you choose is completely up to you but usually people drop full coverage when the cost of insurance is more than the payout, if an accident were to happen. 

 

Does owning your Ford lower the insurance? 

Owning instead of leasing a Ford doesn’t necessarily impact the cost of Ford car insurance. However, if you do pay off your car and then choose to keep it, you may see a drop in your premiums. 

*51% of consumers could save £290.68 on their Car Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next three cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from November 2021 data. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances and how you selected your current insurance supplier.