Let’s compare learner driver insurance
The best things in life are free – unless you’re learning to drive, which is definitely not free (as you’re probably discovering). It’s not just the cost of lessons, it’s the insurance too.
Which is why getting insurance for learner drivers is a good thing. It typically offers comprehensive cover to let you drive someone else’s car and policies are usually flexible, so you can take out short term cover from a day up to 12 months.
Learner driver insurance usually comes with exclusions such as no driving between certain hours. It’s also hands off the Porsche as driving high insurance group cars is usually a no-no. But it does mean it can work out cheaper than being added as a named driver to an existing policy, and learner driver insurance means that there’s no risk to the car owner’s no claims discount. So, who does offer learner driver insurance? Well, let’s compare shall we?