So you just passed your driving test, congratulations! As a new driver, you will begin to learn very quickly that there are a large number of costs associated with driving a car, such as purchasing the vehicle, servicing and repairs, MOT, road tax, petrol, and of course the biggest expense of all being car insurance.
Due to the fact that new drivers will have no driving experience, they represent a very high risk to car insurance providers, as the likelihood of you being involved in an accident is quite high. Until of course you can prove to them that you are a low risk, and will be a safe driver.
Every insurance company is unique in the way that they create their policies, and the groups of people which they make their policies the cheapest for. Such factors such as the type of car you are driving, where the vehicle will be kept, how old you are, as well as the amount of excess you are willing to pay will all have an impact on the price of the insurance quote you will be given.
By comparing policies from a number of different insurers, you will be able to find the policy that was designed specifically for the new driver in mind. When retrieving quotes, ensure that the information you submit is consistent as this will make for a far more accurate comparison of each quote.
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