Prudential Car Insurance

Prudential Car Insurance

Switch and save 10% with Prudential Car Insurance when you buy online.

Prudential Car Insurance is offering to new customers a 10% online discount, protection against uninsured drivers, generous no claims discount, courtesy car and much more. See all main features listed below:

Prudential Car Insurance

10% Online Discount

Prudential Key Facts

  • 10% online discount
  • Up to 65% No Claims Discount
  • Courtesy car
  • Aged over 50 and get up to 70% off with over five years no-claims discount
  • Protection against uninsured drivers
  • European Driving Cover up to 90 days
  • Free Recovery Plus Breakdown with Green Flag
  • Accident recovery helpline
  • This offer may change. Please visit the Prudential website for current offer details.

Prudential plc or Pru as it is sometimes known is a financial services company located in the UK, it has over 21 million customers worldwide. The Prudential set-up and started the Internet bank, Egg and then sold it in 2007 to Citigroup. The company’s main products include pensions, savings and investments. The Pru does not sell general insurance products themselves anymore; but they have allowed Churchill Insurance now part of the Royal Bank of Scotland to use the Prudential brand name to sell car insurance, home insurance and many other products using their brand. Prudential Insurance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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  • Prudential Car Insurance contact details and information:
    Postal Address: Prudential, Stirling FK9 4UE
    Telephone Number: 0118 9686951
    Website Address: www.pru.co.uk

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