Whether your car is driven regularly, or just once or twice a year, Call Wiser's warm friendly and experienced advisors are on hand to find a great level of cover for your needs.
So if you’re someone who uses their vehicle occasionally, you can benefit from one of Call Wiser’s Low Mileage Insurance policies.
At Call Wiser, we believe that if you only drive your car on weekends or special occasions, your car insurance doesn’t need to cost the earth. It could be because you have a classic car, that you drive for leisure purposes or because you don’t have to drive to commute to work or do your job. By rarely driving your car, you are at very little risk of being involved in an accident so your car insurance premium should reflect this.
As a leading independent broker in the UK, we can help you find the best Low Mileage Insurance policies with a panel of the UK’s leading insurers in the country.
To get a Low Mileage Insurance Quote today, simply give us a call or start an online application and one of our dedicated agents will get back to you ASAP. It is completely free of charge by mobile and landline to call us today and there is no obligation for receiving a quote. Our offices are based in Andover, Hampshire and we have a huge team ready to take your call and discuss the best offers available.
When you give us a call, we will ask you for a few basic details including your driver’s license, claims history and vehicle information. To confirm that you have low mileage, we will ask if you have kept a record of this over the last year. Based on this information, we will be able to provide you with the best quote from leading insurers.
If you do not have a record of your mileage, you can calculate this in the following ways:
Blackbox – A telematics box can be installed in your car, which looks like a little black box and using satellites, it measures your vehicle usage.
Calculate your own mileage – You can keep track of your own mileage every time you fill up for petrol. Mileage is measured in mpg (miles per gallon) and to find this, you simply record how many miles it takes you to fill your tank. So if you drove 312 miles and used your full tank of 16 gallons, your mileage is 19.5 mpg.
312 miles ÷ 16 gallons = 19.5 miles per gallon (mpg)