Why Use Car Insurance Comparison Sites?

Oct 03, 2013, 18:16 ET from Comparethemarketcarinsurance.co.uk

LEEDS, England, October 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

If you've ever opened the renewal letter or email from your car insurance company you're bound to know the value of a good car insurance comparison site. More and more people every year turn to these sites to make sure they get the best deal for them.  Taking the time to input a few details can literally make hundreds of pounds worth of difference.

The way comparison sites now work is that you put in some of your personal and driving history and you not only get prices, but also can choose things like your excess or preferred method of payment. Although it may sometimes be cheaper to pay in one lump sum, this can be much easier to manage in monthly payments; which can be chosen and personalised by you.

Certain factors can make a difference, and sometimes it's worth altering your excess or type of cover to see what works best for you or your family. It's worth keeping your car on your drive or in your garage if you can, but other factors that make a difference to your price can be harder to control. Much like getting a quote on the phone or in store you'll need to say if and when you last had an accident, how long you've been driving and your age. It stands to reason that younger drivers do have to pay higher premiums due to their lack of experience; however gender is no longer allowed to be a deciding factor. Where being a man was a disadvantage previously no longer applies since new legislation was passed.

The ease of using sites like these and being able to change factors easily can make them a lot more appealing for many more people, as does the lack of phone calls and hard sell from certain companies if you phone around. There is more choice currently available for these types of comparison sites. More people are deciding to use smaller companies such as Compare the Market Car Insurance, and not just for the lack of annoying animations or songs that you can't stand. Smaller, newer companies come with less adverts which can confuse and distract customers on larger sites. It's also reassuring to know that you're dealing with a small company who put their profits into helping you, and not into huge advertising campaigns.

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