Anyone know of a "family" motor insurance policy?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Insurance & Life Assurance
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TogurTogur Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Insurance & Life Assurance
I am sure I am not alone - I currently have a policy which covers myself, my wife on one car and both of us and my 19 year old son on another car. My wife holds a policy on her car with me as a named driver. Our 17 year old daughter now wants to learn to drive. Is there anyone out there who offers a "family" policy, which would cover 3 cars and four drivers!! If not I think there must be a gap in the market.

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  • jfdijfdi Forumite
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    Try Liverpool Victoria - we have 2 cars and both myself and OH are covered for both (although I think I'm 3rd Party on his car), and 20yo son is covered for mine. Just one policy.

    Tried to get it cheaper when it was up for renewal & couldn't - but did get told LV were the only Co to do this sort of policy.

    HTH.

    A
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  • Admiral multicar covers all cars in a household. :confused:
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  • jfdi wrote: »
    Try Liverpool Victoria - we have 2 cars and both myself and OH are covered for both (although I think I'm 3rd Party on his car), and 20yo son is covered for mine. Just one policy.

    Tried to get it cheaper when it was up for renewal & couldn't - but did get told LV were the only Co to do this sort of policy.

    HTH.

    A

    Is there any way you can get a quote for this on the LV website? I can't seem to find out a way of doing it! Cheers.
  • dan2k7dan2k7 Forumite
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    Does anybody know? I'm not having any luck! :(
  • jfdijfdi Forumite
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    Sorry dan2k7, only seen this now.

    We've always done ours by phone - so don't know about the website side of it.

    Interesting to see the post by brazilianwax - looks like someone else does it too.

    A
    :mad: :j:D:beer::eek::A:p:rotfl::cool::):(:T
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