Prices for learner driver car insurance start from 75p a day. Regular practice between driving lessons helps a learner driver’s confidence and is useful experience towards taking the driving test. Call us today – Sterling’s best deals are available over the phone.
Particularly for learner drivers and young drivers, affordable car insurance can be hard to find. High insurance premiums often force teenagers to sacrifice levels of cover or hold off driving for several years, just to meet the cost.
Sterling supports younger drivers by finding them affordable and reliable car insurance from a range of providers. This starts with insurance for learner drivers, as soon as they are a provisional licence holder and get behind the wheel.
Our learner driver car insurance is flexible, and policies can be taken out on a month-by-month basis. So you can be covered until you pass your driving test, and it doesn’t matter how long it takes.
If an accident does happen with the learner driver at the wheel, it will not affect the No Claims Discount.
Once passed, speak to us about young driver insurance. You’ll want to enjoy your independence.
Cheap learner driver insurance can be hard to find. So we work with many insurance providers to offer value-for-money policies without compromising on the level of cover. Also give us a ring back once you’ve passed your test as we also offer young driver car insurance.
Sterling offers temporary car insurance for learner drivers. This means they get cover for the length of time it takes to pass the driving test, whether this is 30 days, 90 days, six months or 12 months. The vehicle can be owned by themselves, a friend or family member. It must be valued up to £20,000 and listed up to insurance group 30. These tend to be less powerful, and more suitable for someone who is learning to drive.
Unfortunately, accidents can happen. As learner driver insurance is taken out in the learner’s name and is their own policy, this protects the car owner’s insurance. So if the learner driver is involved in a prang behind the wheel, the incident will count against the learner policy. It will not affect the owner’s No Claims Discount.
All policies are fully comprehensive, and 12-month policies are also offered as third party, fire and theft. Whether you are learning to drive in your own vehicle, or with the help of a friend or family member, Sterling will help you find a policy to suit your needs until you have passed your test
Learning to drive can be expensive with high insurance premiums and the cost of driving lessons. To help, Sterling offers month-by-month policies and monthly payment options. It is worthwhile noting that as soon as a learner passes their test, their learner driver insurance will be invalid and a standard car insurance policy needed.
Our claims helpline is open 24/7, every day of the year. If you do need to report an incident or register a claim, there will be someone at the end of the phone. It doesn’t matter what time it is, someone will be around to take your call day or night.
Practice outside driving lessons can help learner drivers with confidence building and gaining experience. Sterling offers value for money learner driver car insurance that doesn’t compromise on cover.
This depends on various factors, such as where the provisional licence holder lives, the type of car they’ll be driving, and their occupation. At Sterling, we try to get learners the best deals possible, with prices starting at 75p a day. Our cheapest learner insurance policies are available over the phone and can’t be found online. Give us a call to find out more.
Our policy allows learners to build up a no claims bonus, which could make their insurance cheaper when they pass their test. This applies to both our standard young driver insurance policies and black box insurance policies.
Learner driver insurance is essentially the same as a standard car insurance policy. The quote the learner driver receives is based on the information provided to us, and the policy provides insurance cover for the car being driven. Whether the car belongs to the provisional licence holder, a relative or a friend.
The key difference is that the learner driver policy will automatically come to an end the moment the learner passes their practical driving test. At this point, the driver will need to take out standard car insurance or young driver insurance. If they are borrowing a friend or relative’s vehicle, they will need to become a named driver on the owner’s policy.
Sterling learner driver insurance works for learners as it gives them the chance to get much-needed practice outside of their lessons with qualified instructors, while making use of a friend or parent’s car.
A learner insured by Sterling who has an accident won’t affect the car owner’s insurance. Instead, claims are settled against the learner’s insurance policy, giving parents and friends the peace of mind that their own insurance and NCB will be kept intact.
We think our quotation service is one of the swiftest in the business and your policy will be issued on the same day you agree the deal.
Our best policies and prices for car insurance do not appear on price comparison sites and are not available online.
Sterling’s claim line is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If you ever need to make a claim give us a ring. Someone will be there for you at the other end.
Whether you’re calling for a quote or want to make a claim, our staff are based in the UK and ready for your call.
As soon as you agree the policy terms, your insurance can be issued on the same day.
Our senior staff have been working in the insurance industry for 30 years.
It means we can help if you need to find cover for situations or circumstances that are a bit more specialist.