Thursday, 22 September 2011

Is Curfew Car Insurance So Bad?

With so much information going around about curfew car insurance in the press iKube felt that it was time to dispel some of the myths and let you see the facts for yourself:

First off - just because your iKube policy requests that you avoid driving between the hours of 11pm - 5am doesn't mean you can't. However, if you do we charge you £100 - simply think of it as an incentive to stay off the road late at night.

Apart from this, it's also worth bearing in mind that the Association of British Insurers (ABI) have actually undertaken research that actually shows that young drivers between 17 - 25 are at more risk of having an accident between 11pm - 5am than at any other time of the day. Shouldn't that be an incentive enough to stay off the road late at night?!

Besides, wouldn't you rather be out on the town with your mates or shouldn't you be revising for that all important exam anyway?! It's straight-forward, no-nonsense and it means we can help keep your young drivers insurance low.

But let's look at the other real positive you gain from using curfew car insurance with iKube -

iKube prefer to think of it as "black box insurance" - not as a curfew policy. It is essentially designed around you - the driver so that we can tailor the car insurance to your personal needs. You're not a "stereotype" or a "demographic" and we won't treat you like one. Using our young drivers insurance you could save yourself quite a bit of money in the long run. In fact, iKube can offer up to 40% discount on your car insurance when it comes round to renewing it.