What's the most cost effective way to insure a learner driver?

What's the most cost effective way to insure a learner driver when the parents already have insurance?

Asked on 24 July 2017 by chriswalters

Answered by Tim Kelly
The most cost effective way whilst they are learning is to put them on the parent's policy that has the most no claims and is the lowest risk. The issue of adding a learner driver is rarely the issue, it is after that it is. A company that has recently come to my attention is www.quotegoat.com/compare-car-insurance-quotes/che.../

From the research I have carried out, they have located some good underwriters that write favourable policies at a reasonable cost.
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