Car Insurance Renewal Tips

For most people, the need to renew car insurance is a real pain and the easiest way to do this is simply to say “yes” to your existing car insurance company, take the quote and simply pay the money.

We don’t think this is the best solution – a couple of minutes of lateral thinking could save hundreds of pounds as you come up to renewal time.

First thing to do – if you use a PC, something like Microsoft Outlook, you can programme in a ‘task’ to remind you that something needs to be done. Do this to appear about two weeks before your existing car insurance policy is due to expire.

In the task, you can store some useful links that will take you to information from leading car insurance uk companies such as Tesco Car Insurance Quotes or Churchill Car Insurance.

Come on Britain, Challenge Churchill! could be the wording of your task. Or even Direct Line. Comparing the quotes from the differing providers in advance of the letter from your existing car insurance company will give you the knowledge as to whether to simply renew or actually go ahead and find a different policy that could save you a lot of money.

Discounts on new customers range from 10% to over 20% – often, if you combine other insurance policies with your car insurance (such as home insurance) you can save even more money as the company will be able to help you further.

If you don’t have a PC to store all this stuff on, you can always simply make a note of the task in your diary a year ahead. Hold on, you say, your diary only goes forward for the current year! Well, you can always make a note on December 31st of the date to make a note for your renewal going foward.

Proper prior planning prevents patheticly poor performance – don’t forget the seven Ps!

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