Learner driver insurance

Dayinsure learner is a great way for you to practise driving and get more experience behind the wheel.

For a quote all you’ll need is:

  • your name, address, date of birth and email address
  • the vehicle’s registered keeper’s information
  • your driving licence number.
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How does learner driver insurance work

If you have your provisional licence and are learning to drive, you may want to get in some extra hours behind the wheel ready for your test with the help of a family member or friend. Dayinsure learner insurance can help you do just that.

Fill in our simple quote form

All you need is your name, address, date of birth, occupation and the vehicle information (including the registered keeper’s details e.g. owner)

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We'll give you a price

Decide the duration and when you want the cover to start.

Buy and you’re ready to go!

To buy your policy, you’ll need your driving licence number and payment details (debit, credit card or PayPal).

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Benefits of Dayinsure learner insurance

Dayinsure car insurance for learner drivers offers many benefits:

  • It protects the annual policyholder’s No Claims Discount (NCD).
  • Pay-as-you-go means you only pay for the cover you need and it’s completely flexible.
  • Low ‘excess’ of only £250. (The ‘excess’ is the first part of any claim you have to pay.)
  • Comprehensive provisional car insurance cover, provided by the UK’s leading insurer, Aviva.
  • Competitive pricing. Prices vary according to location and vehicle. They can be as low as £8 for 2 hours, £28 for a week and £222 for 5 months.
  • We refund your unused premium if you pass your test ahead of schedule.
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Dayinsure learner – things you should know

  • Cheap learner insurance is available to UK provisional licence holders.
  • Driving is allowed between 6am and midnight only.
  • You must be accompanied by a qualified driver aged between 25 and 75 who has held a full UK licence for at least 3 years.
  • All provisional driver insurance ceases the moment you pass your test.
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Let’s get you behind the wheel

It couldn’t be easier to take out learner driver insurance from Dayinsure and you could be practising in minutes. Good luck!

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Why choose Dayinsure?

Dayinsure learner is a great option when annual insurance doesn’t give you the flexibility you need, whether you want learner hourly insurance, weekly insurance or cover for a month.

From 2 hours to 5 months
Great value cover available to buy in minutes
All policies provide comprehensive cover
Protects the vehicles NCD
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Learner drivers on motorways

Learner drivers can now take driving lessons on motorways in England, Scotland and Wales but they must be:

  • supervised by a qualified driving instructor
  • in a dual-controlled learner driver car.

Full guidance on the new law can be found here.

Who is eligible for learner driver insurance?

Our cheap learner driver insurance will cover most provisional drivers, but to ensure you are eligible you must meet the following criteria:

  • You hold a current provisional UK driving licence and are at least 17 years old.
  • You are a permanent UK resident.
  • You have permission to drive the vehicle, which:
    • is registered in the UK
    • has a current market value of less than £40,000
    • has no more than 7 seats (including the driver’s)
    • has not been modified
    • is not a hire or rental vehicle.

How much is learner driver insurance?

Our learner driver insurance can start from just £10 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 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!

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