Why consider Swiftcover?
Swiftcover offers two main types of car insurance: standard and plus. Both policy types cover the following as standard:
- Vehicle Theft
- Damage caused to other people’s cars and property
- Injury to you & others
- Radio and sat-navs
- Driving in Europe
Switcover’s plus option includes extras involving a courtesy car, lost keys cover, onward travel cover & wrong fuel cover.
You can choose whether or not to add the following optional extras on your policy:
- No claims discount protection: This allows you to retain your no-claims discount after a claim for future policies.
- Legal cover: This covers you for any legal fees that you may incur if you have an accident that was or wasn’t your fault.
- Courtesy car: Swift cover provide you with access to a small car if yours is off the road and undergoing repair
- Courtesy car upgrade: a courtesy car that’s newer, bigger or better than your current car.
- Personal accident and rehabilitation: Swift cover can pay out up to £100,000 in the event you are in an accident in your car
- Breakdown recovery: Swift Cover provide roadside assistance and recovery if you happen to breakdown during a journey.
How to contact Swiftcover
Swiftcover can be contacted by phone between 8am and 8pm Monday – Friday, and 9am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday, on 0330 024 6423
The company can also be found on Social Media such as Facebook, or Twitter on the handle of @swiftcover.
Also, you can manage a Swiftcover policy by opening a Swift Space onlineaccount.
Choosing the best cover
When comparing your current car insurance policies with others, the quoted premium is the most important factor to consider. However, choosing the cheapest policy may not provide the right level of cover you need, and could put you at risk of being under-insured.
Always consider what level of cover will protect you under all circumstances so double check what is offered and included.
We always recommend you look up customer reviews from drivers who have experienced making a claim with Swift Cover & others.
Why compare policies and providers?
In January 2022, the regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) brought in new regulations that prevent car insurance companies increasing renewal prices that new customers or rejoining customers pay.
It is always likely you will be able to secure a cheaper price than the renewal quote you are being offered from your current insurer so it still makes sense to shop around for your car insurance policy when it is time to renew.