Swinton Car Insurance

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Swinton Car Insurance

To be protected, and even allowed on the road, having car insurance is essential. As a result you need to choose an insurance provider and policy that will adequately cover your needs.

We know that insurance can be complicated at times so we have worked hard to decipher Swinton’s car insurance policies, check out the key information we found below.

Who are Swinton Insurance?

Swinton is an insurance broker that was founded over 60 years ago. By 1987, Swinton had grown to a household name with over 220 branches across the UK. They aim to offer a personal approach to insurance, comparing policies for you to find you the best deal.

What are Swinton’s car insurance cover options?

Swinton Insurance provides three different levels of cover to choose from; Essentials, Classics and Premium.

This is the most basic form of car insurance that Swinton offer and will cover you for all the basics.

Features of this include:

  • Legal liability for damage to other people’s property (third party).
  • Courtesy car
  • Cover for Audio, sat-nav and in car equipment
  • Windscreen cover
Gives you all the Essentials, plus additional benefits for extra peace of mind.

Features of this include:

  • Comprehensive cover when driving others cars
  • Personal belongings cover
  • Replacement Locks
  • Uninsured driver cover
  • Foreign Travel
  • Personal accident
  • Medical expenses
  • Legal expenses
Provides the maximum protection available and is suited for those who can’t be without a car. Includes all the features of Classic cover.

Features of this include:

  • Misfuel cover
  • New car replacement
  • Hire vehicle
  • Guarenteed excess refund
  • Excess insurance
  • Foreign Travel
  • Personal accident
  • Windscreen cover
  • Medical expenses
  • Legal expenses

What’s covered under my policy?

Swinton offer three different car insurance policies which differ in price, benefits and cover they provide you with.

BenefitsSwinton EssentialsSwinton ClassicSwinton Premier
Damage to your car
Loss by fire or theft
Driving other cars
Emergancy medical costs
Repairs to your car
Audio, Satnav and car equipment
Courtesy car
Windscreen cover
Motoring legal expenses
Uninsured driver promise
Driving abroad cover
Lock replacement
Child seat replacement
Personal belongings cover
Excess refund
Hire vehicle
Mis-fuelling cover

Optional extras

Swinton offer a range of optional extras you can add to your policy to give you even more peace of mind.
Features of this include:

  • Protected no claims discount.
  • Breakdown cover.

How do I make a claim?

If you need to make a claim on any Swinton Car Insurance policy then you can call the Accident and claims line on 0800 040 7019

The Swinton team is available 24/7.

What is my excess?

An excess is the amount of money you contribute to the cost of your claim. The amount of your excess will depend on the level of cover you have and the nature of your claim. Details of your excess amounts will be displayed in your policy schedule.
Sometimes more than one excess will apply and in this case, Swinton will add them together.
There are two types of excess and these are:

  • Compulsory excess which is set by the insurer underwriting your policy. This is added to the voluntary excess you choose to give the total amount of excess you will pay if you make a claim.
  • Voluntary excess which is in addition to any compulsory excess. You can set this as low as you want to reduce the amount you have to pay if you make a claim, or you can increase it which may reduce your premium.

Please take reasonable care to answer all the questions honestly and to the best of your knowledge. If you don't answer the questions correctly, your policy may be cancelled, or your claim rejected or not fully paid. The offers compared on this page are chosen from a range of products we can track; we don't cover every product on the market...yet. Unless we've indicated otherwise, products are shown in no particular order or ranking. The terms "best", "top", "cheap" (and variations), aren't product ratings, although we always explain what's great about a product when we highlight it; this is subject to our terms of use. When making a big financial decision, it's wise to consider getting independent financial advice, and always consider your own financial circumstances when comparing products so you get what's right for you.
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