Car Insurance

Car insurance to keep you protected on the road.

Car Insurance

Comprehensive Car Insurance

Depending on your budget and circumstances there are a range of insurance types to choose from.

Common insurance types for standard vehicles are:

  • Comprehensive Insurance: This is the best coverage and includes accidental loss of or damage to your vehicle. It also covers you should damage be caused to another person's vehicle or property and for costs like towing from the scene of an accident.
  • Third Party, Fire and Theft Insurance: This covers theft of your vehicle, damage caused by fire and third-party property damage.
  • Third Party Car Insurance: This type of insurance covers you only against any damage caused to someone else's vehicle or property.
  • Car Insurance for Young Drivers: Some companies offer special policies for young drivers which may have higher excesses or premiums.

Bridges Insurance Services can also advise on classic car insurance, including policies for cars that are currently garaged or under restoration and motorcycle insurance. And, if you have a boat or jet ski for weekend fun, we can also arrange insurance for those too, both on the water and in transit.

If you run a vehicle for work or even a number of vehicles talk to us about commercial vehicle insurance and fleet insurance.

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We have outlined some common insurance questions to help you understand insurance better.

What do I need to do if I need to make a claim?

Please give one of our friendly claims team a call or complete a claim form through the website and we will be in touch. Make a Claim Here.

What fees do you charge? How do you make your money?

For most policies, we are remunerated by the insurer when you take out cover arranged by us. This includes renewals and changes you make throughout the year. 

The remuneration we receive is a percentage of the company premium & company natural disaster premium you are charged. All other levies, Government charges and taxes are collected without us earning income on these.

In addition, to enable us to provide you with a high level of service we may also apply an Administration Charge which will be shown on your invoice.

What is a Duty of Disclosure?

When you enter into a contract of insurance you have a legal duty to disclose to the insurer all facts that are material to the risk. This would include all information you know or could reasonably be expected to know that would influence the judgment of a prudent insurer in accepting or declining an insurance risk or in fixing the premium or terms or conditions of the contract.

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Don't leave your assets unprotected any longer. Talk to us about our insurance packages. Our team are here to help you with that little bit of piece of mind. No need to worry, we have you covered.

Ready to get a free quote? Fill out our online form and we will be in touch to discuss your requirements.

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