My car is only worth £2500, should I still insure it fully comprehensive?

My car is only worth £2500, should I still insure it fully comprehensive?

Asked on 6 September 2017 by betthepot

Answered by Tim Kelly
You will find it probably cost more to insure third party than fully comp. The question should be about what provides the best amount of cover for the fee paid, and does it fulfil your demands and needs.
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