Lloyds TSB Car Insurance

Lloyds Tsb Car Insurance

Switch and get 10% OFF with Lloyds TSB Car Insurance every year for life

Lloyds TSB Car Insurance now has a great online offer where you can save 10% now and for every year of the policy. Choose the car insurance policy that suits you, for more information see below:

Lloyds TSB Car Insurance

10% OFF every year for life

Lloyds TSB Key Facts

  • Guaranteed free courtesy car
  • Overnight accommodation
  • No claims discount
  • Accident recovery help line
  • Green Flag Breakdown Cover
  • This offer may change. Please visit the Lloyds TSB website for current offer details.

Lloyds TSB was launched in 1887 and comes from the Trustee Savings Bank Association (TSBA) it is the fifth biggest bank in the UK today. They operate in England and Wales as Lloyds TSB; and in Scotland as Lloyds TSB Scotland. Lloyds TSB has many subsidiaries they include the Cheltenham and Gloucester, Scottish Widows and Black Horse. Lloyds TSB Group's has total group Assets of £343,598 million, and the company employs over 63,000 individuals. Lloyds TSB insurance products are underwritten and brokered by them. Lloyds TSB Insurance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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  • Lloyds TSB Car Insurance contact details and information:
    Postal Address: Sales Department, Ground Floor, 31 Princes Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1PU
    Telephone: 0800 092 1093
    Website Address: www.insurance.co.uk/insurance

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