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To get car insurance quotes and start comparing, you'll need to be able to tell us:
- Your car registration number – if you don’t have it to hand, simply click 'find a car'
- Your expected annual mileage figures
- Where your car’s parked during the day and night What you use your car for, e.g. commuting, business use
- Your main driving licence details
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There are a number of different things you can do to help cut the cost of your car insurance premium and get cheaper car insurance, including:
- Paying a higher voluntary excess (the extra amount you’d pay in the event of a claim)
- Limiting who drives your car to just yourself, or you plus a named driver
- Parking your car in a garage or
driveway away from the street
- Keeping your mileage low (doing less than the average of 8,000 miles per year according to the National Travel Survey)
- Fitting a security device such as an alarm, tracker, or immobiliser
- For more ideas on how to reduce your insurance costs, read our car insurance guides.
For more ideas on how to reduce your insurance costs, read our car insurance guides .
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