You won’t be compensated for damage to your own vehicle

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You won’t be compensated for damage to your own vehicle

Whether you have one car or five, classic car or camper van, even teenagers looking to insure their first set of wheels, we can help. Choose from Multi Car, Single Car or our Black Box Insurance, LittleBox. Once you’ve figured out which car insurance policy is right for you and your family, you just need to decide which level of cover you need.

This is the most basic level of cover as required by law. If you’re involved in an accident, we will pay out to the third party involved but you won’t be compensated for damage to your own vehicle.

As well as paying out to a third party if you’re involved in an incident, this level of cover will also protect your car from damage caused by fire or theft. However, it will not pay out if your car’s damaged in another way such as a bump or crash.

This is the most complete insurance you can buy; it includes Third Party, Fire & Theft and will pay out to repair or replace your car if it’s damaged in an accident or suffers malicious damage.

Need more information? Read our ‘which level of cover?’ guide

If you have more than one car, come to us direct as you won’t find Admiral MultiCar on comparison sites.

We cover the whole of the UK and Northern Ireland. It only takes five minutes, here’s what you need to get a quote:

You’ll need to know the make, model and year your car was made and any modifications it has. We don’t need your registration at this stage, but you’ll need it to start the insurance policy.

Including names, dates of birth and driving licence details. Any motoring claims or penalty points you or your named drivers have. Claims information for three years and motoring convictions for five.

This means a discount for you, so make sure you know how many years No Claims Bonus you have. You should be able to find this on your existing policy documents, if not your previous insurer will tell you.

If you are looking for more advice why not take a look at our car insurance related guides.

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