Diamond car insurance review

Diamond is targeted at women - but men can be customers, too. It offers cover from third party to comprehensive. Here's what you need to know.

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Diamond car insurance
Customers say
★★★★★
Customer satisfaction
Customers reported reasonable prices and quick response
Some customers found the customer service frustrating
As an insurer that targets women, Diamond is worth a look if you’re female (though it does cover men as well).

Some might find it a bit of a cliché that it emphasises its handbag and child seat cover (which are included under a comprehensive policy), rather than just personal possessions cover. But if you get a cheap quote and want those extras included, perhaps you’re willing to overlook that!

Diamond car insurance

Diamond Car Insurance

  • Insurance tailored to women
  • Courtesy car with comprehensive policy
  • You could save 35% on car insurance with Diamond. 10% of customers who provided a best alternative price saved 35% between January 2020 & June 2020. (Based on 749 Diamond customers).
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Name Product Courtesy car cover New for old car replacement Drive abroad in EU? Personal accident cover Multi-car discount Policy options Link
Diamond car insurance - comprehensive
Up to 90 days
Yes
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Diamond car insurance - third party, fire and theft
Up to 90 days
Optional
Yes
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Diamond car insurance - third party
Up to 90 days
Optional
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Who is Diamond?

Diamond launched as an offshoot of Admiral in 1997, and has always specialised in creating insurance products tailored to women. While the law dictates that premiums can’t be calculated by gender, Diamond continues to market heavily to women.

What are Diamond’s levels of cover?

There are three levels of car insurance with Diamond:

Third party. This is the legal minimum for all road users in the UK. It only covers you for damage done to others’ cars if an accident is your fault.

Third party, fire and theft (TPFT). This covers others’ cars, as well as protecting your car in the event it gets stolen or damaged by fire.
Comprehensive. The highest level of insurance Diamond offers, it includes a lot more than the cover in TPFT, including personal injury, handbag cover and child seat cover.

Optional extras

You can get added extras on any level of cover, including:

  • Breakdown cover
  • Extra personal injury cover
  • Hire car cover
  • Motor legal protection.

What types of car insurance are available?

Diamond offers multi-car in addition to single car insurance.

What’s covered under my policy?

CoverThird party, fire and theftComprehensive
Fire and theft cover
Handbag cover
Courtesy car
Child seat coverUp to £300
Audio equipment coverUp to 15% of the car’s value
24hr roadside recovery helpline
Liability to others

What is my excess?

An excess is your contribution towards the cost of the claim. This amount will vary depending on the type of claim you are making, so check your policy for details before making a claim.

What is the claims process for Diamond?

You can call Diamond to make a claim on 0333 220 2037. Diamond’s claims hotline is open Monday – Friday, 8am – 9pm, Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 10am – 4pm.

You can also claim online using an online claims form available on the Diamond website.

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Car insurance ratings

★★★★★ — Excellent

★★★★★ — Good

★★★★★ — Average

★★★★★ — Subpar

★★★★★ — Poor

Our customer satisfaction scores (“Customers say”) are based on a survey of 750 customers carried out in December 2019.
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