When you want to get a quote for classic car insurance where do you go to get it? There are a number of sources such as an insurance broker, a bank or on the Internet by going direct to an insurance company or through a price comparison website.
So, how good can price comparison websites be?
Well, as long as you accept that they may not have every single provider of classic car insurance on their database, we feel that they do a very good job. They save an awful lot of your time that, in today’s fast paced world in which we live and work, is a benefit in itself.
The reason that your time is saved is that you only need to provide the requested information once and the price comparison website will search its database to find suitable providers of classic car insurance from the list of such providers on their database. This is far quicker than going on the website of each individual classic car insurance company’s website and key in the same information time after time.
Not only should you be presented with competitive quotes but you should also be able to access the product particulars for each insurance company’s classic car insurance policy.
You should also be able to revise your personal details and look at the variation in premium due to those amendments. For instance, you may want to compare the difference in premiums for the four levels of cover – fully comprehensive, third party fire and theft, third party and laid up cover. You may also want to look at the cost of optional extras such as breakdown cover and legal protection cover.
This flexibility is undoubtedly a big help to you – the potential customer.
So, overall, we feel that price comparison websites do provide a good service to possible customers.