You can buy a policy to start within 15-30 minutes. Your Insurance Certificate is available to download after you’ve paid, so you can drive as soon as your policy starts.
You can’t accrue any No Claims Bonus on a Dayinsure policy, but if you have a claim this won’t affect any No Claims Bonus you’ve built up already.
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Once you’ve paid for your insurance, we’ll email you a certificate within 30 minutes – this is your proof of insurance. The date and time your insurance starts will be on the certificate. You are insured to drive from then.
There are two options for you to use to Cancel a live Dayinsure policy.
Option 1 – Please sign into your Dayinsure Customer Access account – Click on the Cancel button of the live policy you would like to cancel and follow the on screen instructions.
Option 2 – Click on the document link provided in our confirmation email – Click on the Cancel button and then follow the on screen instructions.
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You can’t make any changes to your policy; but you can cancel your policy and buy a replacement with the right details. You’ll be entitled to a refund of any full days left on your policy, and there’s no cancellation charge.
We guarantee to update the Motor Insurance Database (MID) every 7 days and in some cases more often but we always recommend always having a copy of your Insurance Certificate with you during the period of cover. You can drive the vehicle legally between the dates and times shown on the certificate of motor insurance issued to you.
The amount of excess varies – but will be confirmed before you buy your insurance. The amount will also be shown on the insurance certificate once you’ve bought insurance. There isn’t a separate excess for glass claims. The ‘excess’ is the first part of any claim you have to pay. Excess protection is available to add on to your policy.
All Dayinsure policies provide Comprehensive cover to drive in the UK, and Third Party Cover to drive in Europe.
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