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Renault Twizy Car Insurance


According to Auto Express, the Renault Twizy is an ‘expensive, quirky and extroverted and somewhat impractical way to show off your green credentials.’ On the upside, it offers zero emissions and a relatively low purchase price. On the downside, it claims the Twizy is a harsh ride, open to the elements and a tight squeeze with only two seats. It’s Renault’s cheapest model to buy and its smallest electric model to drive. The Twizy is classed as quadricycle – a cross between a motorbike and a car. If you live in a busy city, this might just be the vehicle for you. Let us guide you through all you need to know about insuring your Renault Twizy.

 

Do I need a licence to drive a Renault Twizy?

You can drive a Twizy on a full car licence, even an automatic only. You can also drive this quadricycle on a motorcycle licence which you can obtain at 16, once you have your provisional drivers licence.

 

Do I need to insure a Renault Twizy?

Yes, you will need insurance on a Renault Twizy. Any car that is deemed roadworthy (and hasn’t been taken off the road with a SORN) requires car insurance.

 

What insurance group is the Renault Twizy?

The Renault Twizy sits in insurance group 11. That means you are going to be paying more to insure a two-seater, city run around than a Volkswagen up! or a SEAT Citigo. Both of the latter cars have front and back seats and fall into insurance group two.

 

Do I need to pay Road Tax on the Renault Twizy?

Thanks to zero emissions, there’s no road tax to pay on a Renault Twizy. London-based drivers will save with the Congestion Charge Exemption.

 

Can I drive the Twizy at 16?

Yes, you can drive a Twizy at 16. The earliest you can apply for a provisional licence is 15 years and nine months but, according to driving rules, you can only drive a car once you have reached 17. In the meantime, you can ride scooters and quadricycles, once you have passed Compulsory Basic Training (CBT). The Twizy is classified as a quadricycle.

 

How long does the battery take to charge on the Renault Twizy?

You can charge your Twizy using a standard domestic plug socket. To fully charge it, you are looking at around three and a half hours. For that you will get the power to travel around 50 miles on a moderate day but less than this, around 30 miles, if the weather is inclement. Renault claim you are looking at around £1 in domestic electricity for a full charge.

 

Where can I get insurance on the Renault Twizy?

We can help you find the appropriate level of cover at a price to suit your budget. Ensuring you are covered appropriately is what we do, we have been looking after drivers for over a decade. Let us get you sorted so you can keep on motoring.

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