Excess Protect Insurance

Prices from just £12
When you take out an insurance policy, you have to accept a certain level of excess. This is the amount that you pay up to when you make a claim. For example, if you have an excess of £500, and your insurance claim is for £1500, then you would pay the first £500 of the claim, and your insurers the remaining £1000.

If you accept a higher insurance excess, you will often find that you can get a lower overall premium on your insurance. This comes with the trade off that you would have to pay more excess if you needed to claim.

However, there is a way to get around this. With Excess Protect cover, you can accept a higher excess, as you would be insured for the amount of your excess if you needed to make a claim. Our cover protects you for a single claim on your excess protection in the period you are covered.

Levels of Cover

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Indemnity Level Price
£100 £12
£200 £17
£300 £19
£400 £24
£500 £28
£600 £34
Indemnity Level Price
£700 £38
£800 £40
£900 £43
£1,000 £47
£1,500 £56
£2,000 £68
Indemnity Level Price
£100 £12
£200 £17
£300 £19
£400 £24
£500 £28
£600 £34
£700 £38
£800 £40
£900 £43
£1,000 £47
£1,500 £56
£2,000 £67

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Van GAP 

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