Learner Driver Car Insurance from as little as £1.89 per day
With our learner driver cover you can practice in your own car whilst under instruction, alternatively learning in a family member's or friend's car can also be covered without risking their no claims bonus. This specialist short-term scheme is ideal for learners as it runs weekly or monthly so you only pay for what you need before passing your test. The cover is flexible and young drivers are able to choose the length of cover they need from 7 days to 24 weeks.
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We can insure young drivers for cars up to Group 32, and a maximum market value of £20,000 including premium models such as an Audi A4 2.0 or BMW 535D. We believe this makes our learner driver car insurance an ideal scheme for learner drivers, as it can be cheaper and more convenient to insure the family car than buying a new one to practice in.
What types of insurance do we offer
3rd party only
Third-party car insurance is the most basic form of cover. This will cover you for any third-party damage or injury. This cover does not insure you for damages to your vehicle or injury to yourself in the event of an accident.
3rd party fire and theft
This insurance type covers you for everything in Third-party Only, plus fire-related damage to or theft of your vehicle.
Fully comprehensive car insurance from Lexham offers you complete cover. You will be covered for all of the above as well as accidental damage to your vehicle due to an accident.
Short term learner driver insurance
Many learner drivers only need short-term insurance, designed to cover them specifically when learning. Our short-term policy means you can legally drive while you learn in a parent, guardian, relative or friend's car without affecting their existing insurance policy.
This can also add additional convenience for learners who may then wish to buy their own car once they’ve passed, avoiding the need to get a full 12-month policy.
Get extra practice before your test with learner car insurance
The Driving Standards Agency recommends 47 hours of professional tuition, as well as around 20 hours of additional practice for new drivers, before being ready to take a test.
Driving schools include insurance in the cost of their lessons, but if you can get additional practice with a friend or family member, it can really help speed up the process of learning to drive.