Confused.Com Car Insurance

Confused.com Car Insurance

Confused.com Car Insurance can help motorists beat their renewal quote by comparing quotes from around 70 car insurance companies and brokers online!

Motorists who use the confused.com car insurance website and compare the level of cover they want can on average get a saving of around £208 in some cases. Why not compare and see how much you could save by using Confused.com!

Confused.Com Car Insurance

Compare around 70 insurers

Confused.Com Key Facts

  • The average motorist could save up to £208 (Data: Confused.com policyholders during 2008)
  • Free courtesy car
  • High no claims bonus discounts available
  • Breakdown recovery service
  • Compare vandalism cover

The Confused.com web site is owned by Inspop.com Limited and are an insurance broker who offer a comparison service that compares some big car insurance names such as Aviva, More Than, Admiral, Kwik-fit, Esure and many others.

Confused.com is a website that offers many other insurance products for you to compare and save money on such as buildings and contents, motorbike, pet, travel, life, health and breakdown cover. So when you think of insurance, think confused.com!

Confused.com Car Insurance contact details:
Address: Confused.com, 2nd Floor The Friary, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff, CF10 3AE
Phone Number: (0)1737 222222
Website: www.confused.com

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