We compare the policies and prices of over 120 insurance brands in one quick and easy search to help you find the right product at the right price.
Motorists aged 17-24 face some of the highest car premiums around because they're statistically the most likely to make a claim, they're inexperienced, and they have a bad reputation with insurers.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) found that male drivers under the age of 21 are 10 times more likely to have an accident than male drivers aged 35 years or over.
Young women drivers are statistically safer than young males and could traditionally expect lower premiums than young men, but a European Court of Justice ruling has made it illegal to use gender as a factor in determining insurance prices.
Did you know...?
- Advanced driving courses have many advantages - but it's possible that you won't recover your outlay on the course in insurance savings
- Finding a car in an appropriately low insurance group could be key to keeping your premium affordable
Given these factors, it's more important than ever to shop around for the best deal.
Telematics is another possible solution for inexperienced drivers seeking affordable insurance, and in our quotes process you'll have the option of comparing telematics quotes against standard quotes.
All insurers treat risk differently and prices for new motorists can vary by hundreds, even thousands, of pounds, so let us help you find the right deal.
To learn more about the things you need to consider, read our young drivers' car insurance guide. There you'll also find money-saving tips for inexperienced motorists, including details of whether Pass Plus and other advanced driving courses are a good option.