All you need is your name, address, date of birth, occupation and the vehicle information (including the registered keeper’s details e.g. the car owner).
Tell us whether you need hourly cover for a quick lesson or longer, and when you need that cover to start.
You can pay by debit card, credit card or PayPal and just need your provisional licence number to finalise your cover.
Learner driver insurance allows you to get some lesson time in your own car, or a friend or relative’s car. Covering you to drive while supervised, it can mean you can spend time practising driving without a qualified driving instructor or with an instructor in your own vehicle.
For those who want to learn in a specific model of car, or a car they know they will be driving once they’ve passed, or for those who just want to get in as much driving time as possible before their test, learner insurance is a great product.
It couldn’t be easier to take out learner driver insurance from Dayinsure and you could be practising in minutes. Good luck!
Learner drivers can now take driving lessons on motorways in England, Scotland and Wales but they must be:
Full guidance on the new law can be found here.
Our short-term learner driver insurance can start from just £8 for 2 hours whilst you’re learning to drive, and the longer you buy, the more money you’ll save. As with one-day car insurance policies, the cost of provisional insurance will vary depending on the car you wish to insure and the fully qualified, experienced driver who will be helping you learn to drive.
It’s important to remember that insurance on a provisional licence will cease to be valid as soon as you pass your test, so if you take your driving test in the car you are insured in, make sure you have someone with you to drive you home from the test centre!