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Temporary Car Insurance at Christmas

Temporary Car Insurance at Christmas
Sophie Cloud
  • On November 8, 2018

Why would you need Temporary Car Insurance at Christmas? Well, there’s many reasons. But before we get into why, we just wanted to point out that there’s less than 7 weeks until Christmas. You heard that right… less than 7 weeks! If you haven’t started your Christmas shopping, planning, wrapping, buying copious amounts of short bread and searching frantically online for a new Christmas Jumper, then what have you been doing with your time?

We understand that as well as all the jolly-ups and festive cheer that Christmas brings, it can also be a stressful time of year. That’s where we step in to help reduce some of that stress!

Temporary Car Insurance

Temporary Car Insurance is handy for those times when you need to borrow a car, or let someone drive your car, for a short period of time. There are various policies available on the Sky Insurance site. Between them, they can offer:

  • Comprehensive Cover from 1-28 days
  • Instant online cover
  • Insurance documents emailed to you after purchase
  • Insure yourself on someone else’s car
  • Insure someone else on your car
  • Second additional driver cover available
  • UK / EU / EEA / Commonwealth driving licences accepted
  • Temporary learner driver cover

Sky Insurance is here to help you! For more information, or to get a quote, click here.

Temporary Car Insurance at Christmas

Temporary Car Insurance

There are many reasons as to why you may need to borrow someone’s car, or vice versa. As a result, we’ve listed 5 reasons why you might need Temporary Car Insurance at Christmas…

  1. You’ve got to pick your sister up from the airport and your car won’t start – quick, insure yourself on your neighbour’s car (with their permission, of course)!
  2. Your dads gone out in the car, forgetting that your mum was supposed to pick uncle Billy up from the train station. Insure your mum on your car and let her go about her business without making Billy wait outside in the cold!
  3. You’ve got some time off university over the festive period – the perfect opportunity to practice driving, right? Get yourself some temporary learner driver insurance and make use of your free time!
  4. Aunt Betty is coming over from Australia and wants to explore whilst she’s here. You can insure her on your car with her Commonwealth driving licence.
  5. You’re going on a long drive to visit the family like 500 miles away. Understandably, you don’t want to drive all the way, so why not split the driving between you and your family members?

To get a quote, or see more of the options available, click here.

*Please note: these types of Temporary Car Insurance policies do not offer cover for modified cars.