Car Insurance

Natwest Car Insurance

Get One Month FREE with Natwest Car Insurance

How do you know if you have a good deal? Natwest Car Insurance provide new policyholders with many benefits including one month of free cover.

What’s covered with

Natwest Key Facts

  • One month FREE
  • Guaranteed courtesy car when involved in an accident
  • Motorists can achieve up to 65% no claims discount and up to 70% if you're aged over 50
  • Get discounted breakdown assistance from Green Flag
  • In-car audio equipment cover
  • You could also enter their Free Prize Draw and win a prize!
  • 24 hour claim phone line

How do I get more savings on car insurance with

Natwest car insurance premiums are always considered competitive in the marketplace offering multi savings to new policy holders. We have some tips that could also save you more money when buying a policy from Natwest. By storing your vehicle overnight in a secure place like a garage or drive you’ll reduce the chance of your car getting damaged or stolen by thieves. Most insurers will reward your action with a discount. Talking of discount you’ll find that you’ll get an online discount with most companies, a discount that you will not get if you where to telephone someone at a call centre. Insures can offer you more discounts online because there is no much many power needed, so they can give you a cheaper quote.

Look out for multi policy discounts when getting a quote, some companies offer extra discounts when you take out other insurance policies from them. You could get a discount of up to ten percent. Pay for your policy in a one off annual payment, unless they are offering a zero percent interest charges on monthly payments. You’ll find that many insurers offer monthly payment for free for the first year and then charge for the second year. By putting up the amount you’re willing to pay in the event of a claim, the voluntary excess, this alone can reduce the price of the premium. However, the down side to this is that when a claim is made you need to pay the excess before the claim and repairs can go ahead.