Cooperative Car Insurance

Cooperative Car Insurance

Eco friendly cover rewarding low emission cars at Cooperative Car Insurance plus an a 10% discount when you purchase online!

Cooperative Car Insurance provides an eco friendly policy with many benefits and discounts such as a 10% online discount and free courtesy car.

Cooperative Car Insurance

Eco friendly cover

Cooperative Key Facts

  • 10% saving online
  • Guaranteed Courtesy vevhicle
  • Up to 70% no claims discount available
  • Eco friendly car insurance rewarding vehicles with low carbon emissions with an additional discount
  • No claims discount for all named drivers
  • Theft of car keys covered
  • 30 days free cover when driving in the EU
  • Child seat replacement after an accident

The Cooperative Bank or CIS is a bank that is situated in Manchester and operating in the UK with around 5 million policyholders and members. Known for their ethical workings and operating ethics has a great eco friendly car insurance policy that helps by rewarding drivers who own a car that has low carbon emissions.

The Cooperative Bank offers to UK consumer’s mortgages, personal loans, investments, savings, and banking. They also offer many insurance products too such as home, life, pet, van and travel.

Cooperative Car Insurance contact details:
Address: Cooperative Insurance Society Ltd, Miller Street , Manchester . M60 0AL
Phone Number: 08457 46 46 46
Website: www.cis.co.uk

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