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Temporary European Car Insurance

If you’re looking at travelling to the EU you may be wondering what you need to do about your car insurance. Well the good news is that most annual car insurance policies in the UK will provide you with the minimum third-party cover if you travel the EU. It is important to note however that this cover is typically only for your own vehicle and if you are planning to drive a different car while you are overseas, you’ll need to look into temporary insurance

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Which European countries can I drive in with temporary car insurance?

You’ll be able to drive in all EU member states including Gibraltar, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, Andorra. Choosing temporary cover can be great option for ensuring you are covered for any accidents you may run into if you are driving another persons car overseas. If you are using a rental vehicle then it is likely that insurance will be included in the rental payment figure so be sure to double-check this before agreeing to a rental.

What temporary Insurance options are available?

There are a variety of temporary insurance durations that you can choose from when taking out a policy. These can range from as little as 1 hour to 28 days. The option you decide to go with is really down to your own preference and travel plans. 

Do I need car insurance for travelling abroad?

You should always have a car insurance policy in place for wherever you go driving in the world. While the minimum level of coverage required may vary from country to country, you’ll generally want some form of cover to ensure that you aren’t left in a lurch if you are involved in an accident overseas.

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