M&S car insurance review

Marks and Spencer car insurance offers three levels of cover. We’ve analysed them to show what you get, so you can find out whether it has the right offer for you.

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M&S Bank Car Insurance
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M&S Bank Car Insurance

  • Guaranteed replacement car for up to 28 days if your car is out of action because of an accident, fire or theft
  • Uninsured driver protection so you're not out of pocket if you're hit by a driver without insurance
  • If you need to claim, your UK-based Personal Claims Manager will ensure everything runs smoothly
  • Arranged and administered by BISL Limited using a panel of insurers. T&Cs apply.
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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
M&S Bank Comprehensive
M&S Bank Comprehensive
Up to 90 days
Get up to £10,000 cover per accident.
N/A
Standard or premier
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M&S Bank cardholders can get a discount when taking out a new policy and when renewing existing cover. Terms and conditions apply.
M&S Bank Third Party Fire and Theft
Up to 90 days
N/A
N/A
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M&S Bank cardholders can get an online discount when taking out a new policy or renewing existing insurance.
M&S Bank Third Party
Up to 90 days
N/A
N/A
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M&S Bank cardholders can get an online discount when taking out a new policy or renewing existing insurance.
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Who is M&S Bank?

M&S Bank was set up by the famous Marks and Spencer brand in 1988 but is currently part of the HSBC Group. M&S Bank prides itself on customer service, and has been operating for over 30 years.

What types of car insurance cover can I get?

Third party cover

Third party cover is the most basic form of car insurance legally accepted on UK roads. Third party car insurance at M&S Bank includes cover for:

  • Liability to others
  • Driving other cars extension
  • Travelling abroad
TPFT Cover

Third party fire and theft cover offers slightly more protection than third party car insurance. Third party fire and theft car insurance at M&S Bank includes cover for:

  • Liability to others
  • Driving other cars extension
  • Loss of damage to the car by fire or theft
  • Car audio, navigation and entertainment equipment
  • Travelling abroad
Comprehensive cover

As the name suggests, comprehensive cover is the most expansive type of car insurance you can get. It offers the highest level of protection for you and your car. Comprehensive cover at M&S Bank includes cover for:

  • Liability to others
  • Driving other cars extension
  • Loss of damage to the car by an accident
  • Loss of damage to the car by fire or theft
  • Car audio, navigation and entertainment equipment
  • Glass damage
  • Personal belongings
  • Medical expenses
  • Personal accident
  • Replacement locks
  • Child car seat cover
  • Uninsured driver promise
  • Emergency transport and accommodation
  • Travelling abroad

What cover levels can I get with M&S?

M&S Bank offers two different levels of car insurance cover for their customers, standard cover or premier cover. Each differs in price and cover.

Standard cover

M&S Bank’s standard car insurance cover is designed for drivers looking for low premiums. It provides a good level of cover for a fair price. Features of standard cover include:

  • Uninsured driver protection
  • 3 year guarantee on repairs carried out by M&S Bank’s approved repairers
  • Child seat cover
  • Personal belongings cover

Premier cover

M&S Bank’s premier car insurance cover offers more features and benefits than their standard cover. These additional benefits mean that with this level of insurance you can expect to pay slightly more.

  • European and UK breakdown cover
  • Guaranteed replacement car for up to 28 days after an accident, fire or theft
  • Motor legal protection

Cover benefits of Marks and Spencer car insurance

Cover benefits Premier cover Standard cover
Breakdown cover Optional
Uninsured driver protection
Motor legal protection Optional
Guaranteed replacement car Optional
Courtesy car – subject to availability
European Union travel – unlimited trips up to 90 days per cover period
Loss, theft, damage and destruction of vehicle
Loss, theft, damage to personal property in vehicle
Personal accident cover for you and your spouse – up to £10,000
Child seat cover up to £150
Approved repairs guaranteed for 3 years
Claims line with personal claims manager

How do I make a claim?

M&S Bank offers each car insurance customer a personal claims manager should you need to make a claim. Your claims manager will act as your main contact throughout your claims process.

If you need to make a claim on your M&S Bank car insurance policy then you can call the claims team on 0344 412 2160 with your policy number to hand.

The M&S Bank claims team is available 24/7.

Pros and cons of M&S Bank car insurance

Pros

  • Uninsured driver’s promise – M&S Bank offers protection against uninsured drivers with its standard and premier policies.
  • £50 M&S voucher currently offered with the purchase of a premier policy.
  • You’ll get a personal claims manager assigned to you if you make a claim.

Cons

  • Information on the M&S Bank website only refers to comprehensive standard and premier policies.
  • No online chat available for instant help.

Our verdict

Although it looks as though M&S Bank only offers comprehensive car insurance in either a standard or premier policy, it does actually offer third party, third party fire and theft or comprehensive policies.

If you do opt for a comprehensive policy, you’ll benefit from a range of features including the usual, as well as child seat cover, uninsured driver protection and European travel cover.

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