Learner drivers don’t have to worry about getting their own insurance for the time they spend on the road during their driving lessons. However, it is recommended that all learners supplement their main lessons with an additional 20 hours or so of driving. If you’re lucky enough to be the owner of a car before you have even passed your driving test, you will be able to use this vehicle, but you will need to be insured. The same rule applies if you are planning to improve your driving skills further by using the car of a relative or friend.
Experience is the Key
Policies geared towards learner drivers typically cover them for someone else’s car. With this type of cover, you also stand a much greater chance of passing your test. After all, who is more likely to achieve a pass on their driving test first go: the learner who has a lesson once or twice a week, or the learner who has two lessons a week and also hits the road with another experienced driver present in the car, three, four or even five times in between? With Chill Insurance, we work hard to help learner drivers get the best deal on the market.
The Right Policy
A lot of learners think that the best insurance solution is to become a named driver on an existing policy. However, it’s worth noting that adding a learner as a named driver can send the cost of a policy through the roof. This is where the team at Chill Insurance can help.
Our website serves as a fantastic tool that those learning to drive in Ireland can use to find the best insurance policies around. What’s more, if you have any questions at all, you can give us a call and speak to one of our friendly and experienced advisors, who are on hand to help you get the best possible premium.
The Easy Option
Learner drivers have a lot to think about, so it makes sense to use our fast, easy-to-understand service. After all, if you’ve got the trials you might face in your next lesson playing constantly on your mind, you don’t want to have to worry about being unable to secure affordable insurance.