All you need is your name, address, date of birth, occupation and registration number of the car you want to drive.
You can decide the duration, when you want the cover to start (from 1 hour to 30 days) and whether you want any of our add on options (such as breakdown cover or European cover).
To buy your policy you’ll need your driving licence number and payment details (debit, credit card or PayPal).
Temp classic car insurance can be arranged in a few minutes, with your motor insurance certificate available immediately to download and print. We provide temporary car insurance of all ages from 19 through to 75 (subject to underwriting criteria) and vehicles up to 61-years-old are considered.
You can choose to have temporary classic car insurance for any period between 1 hour, 1 week, 28 days or 30 days, with European cover available as part of our insurance services as an optional extra.
There is no need to worry about your No Claims Discount (NCD) on any existing insurance arrangement being affected, as our temporary car insurance is standalone and protects existing policies in the event of an incident.
Underwritten by Aviva, the UK’s largest authorised and regulated insurer, you can be sure you’re in good hands when taking out temporary classic car insurance with us here at Dayinsure.
Whether you are after one day insurance, a policy for a week or a month, discover our classic car acceptance criteria. This makes temporary classic car insurance great for allowing friends and family to drive your vehicle when they visit. Or you can take out temporary classic car insurance to cover yourself to drive a friend’s classic motor for a couple of days or weeks, such as when on holiday.
As well as UK licences, we can cover customers who hold a full EU, EEA, Australian, New Zealand, South African or Swiss driving licence and have done so for at least six months (reduced to three months, if aged over 25). Young drivers from the age of 18 can also be insured for one day or longer, but this depends on individual circumstances.