This is not a drill. I repeat. Not a drill. But okay, we may be exaggerating at the extent of what “free car insurance” actually means. Keep reading for more information…
How do I get free car insurance?
Short-term car insurance provider ‘Veygo’ (yes, the one related to Admiral) is offering car insurance for FREE.
There’s a catch, of course. You need to be able to prove you’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19. This means all you need to do is email across a photo of your vaccine card proving you’ve been and had the holy jab.
How long will I be covered for free?
Now, don’t go getting too excited, as the term ‘free’ doesn’t quite mean free car insurance for a whole year or whatever. If they did that, we’re pretty sure they wouldn’t be able to survive as an insurer.
However, they are willing to provide customers up to 3 hours of free car insurance. Note, that Veygo is a short-term insurer, so you are getting your money’s worth here. Or, lack of money, really…
Are there any restrictions?
No, we’re not talking about Covid-19. We’ve had enough chitchat about those restrictions, thank you very much…
There are however a few things you should know about Veygo’s offer:
- You’ll need to purchase 3 hours’ worth of car insurance upfront
- You can then have the full payment refunded once you have produced proof of your vaccination
- The offer is only available until the 30th of June
- You’ll need to be 17+ and hold a full and valid driving licence
What are the perks of short-term car insurance?
If you don’t own your own car but have a licence, borrowing a car is usually your next best bet. So, we think this is a great initiative for those who are only interested in short-term car insurance. Especially if you’ve been a bit hesitant about jumping straight back onto the public transport bandwagon.
Why not use this deal to be covered on one of your parents’ cars for a short trip to the seaside? Or, if you live in a rural area and a group of you and your mates are off to the pub, assign yourself as the designated driver on one of your friends’ cars. Or, if you fancy tucking into a pint or two, perhaps send this blog post over to someone else who can be the designated driver… We’ve got you covered.