Learner drivers often face crippling additional premiums when being added to a parents, family or friends car insurance policy, this also puts the policyholder at risk of losing their no claims bonus in the event of an accident.

Cover can be taken out on a month-by-month basis, so learners only pay for the cover they need before passing their test.
Fully comprehensive learner driver insurance for vehicles up to insurance group 30, valued for less than L20,000.
The learner driver can insure their own car, even on short period policies.

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Adrian Flux offers car insurance for learner drivers aged between 17 and 25 from just L1 per day, a cost-effective way for young learner drivers to get that all-important extra practice behind the wheel.

Rather than including a learner driver on a parents, family or friends car insurance, we provide a separate fully comprehensive insurance policy, at an affordable rate, that pays out in the event of a claim and protects the owner’s no claims bonus. Our learner driver car insurance policies can be taken out on a month-by-month basis, so learners only pay for the cover they need before passing their test.Extra practice outside of driving instructor lessons can make a

huge difference to the amount of lessons needed before a learner driver passes their test, dramatically reducing the cost of driving lessons, so it makes sense to practice with a friend or family member. However many struggle to get provisional licence car insurance at a low cost when being added to a policy as a named driver, as this also puts the named driver at risk of losing the vehicle owner’s no claims bonus.

huge difference to the amount of lessons needed before a learner driver passes their test, dramatically reducing the cost of driving lessons, so it makes sense to practice with a friend or family member. However many struggle to get provisional licence car insurance at a low cost when being added to a policy as a named driver, as this also puts the named driver at risk of losing the vehicle owner’s no claims bonus.

How Provisional License Insurance works:

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If the learner driver is a car owner, or wants to drive their parents or friends car, cover can be taken out for both long or short term.

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If the learner driver is a car owner, or wants to drive their parents or friends car, cover can be taken out for both long or short term.

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If the learner driver is a car owner, or wants to drive their parents or friends car, cover can be taken out for both long or short term.

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If the learner driver is a car owner, or wants to drive their parents or friends car, cover can be taken out for both long or short term.

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If the learner driver is a car owner, or wants to drive their parents or friends car, cover can be taken out for both long or short term.

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If the learner driver is a car owner, or wants to drive their parents or friends car, cover can be taken out for both long or short term.

Case study

Case study

Extra practice outside of driving instructor lessons can make a huge difference to the amount of lessons needed before a learner driver passes their test, dramatically reducing the cost of driving lessons, so it makes sense to practice with a friend or family member. However many struggle to get provisional licence car insurance at a low cost when being added to a policy as a named driver, as this also puts the named driver at risk of losing the vehicle owner’s no claims bonus.

Adrian Flux offers car insurance for learner drivers aged between 17 and 25 from just L1 per day, a cost-effective way for young learner drivers to get that all-important extra practice behind the wheel.

Rather than including a learner driver on a parents, family or friends car insurance, we provide a separate fully comprehensive insurance policy, at an affordable rate, that pays out in the event of a claim and protects the owner’s no claims bonus. Our learner driver car insurance policies can be taken out on a month-by-month basis, so learners only pay for the cover they need before passing their test.Extra practice outside of driving instructor lessons can make a huge difference to the amount of lessons needed before a learner driver passes their test, dramatically reducing the cost of driving lessons, so it makes sense to practice with a friend or family member. However many struggle to get provisional licence car insurance at a low cost when being added to a policy as a named driver, as this also puts the named driver at risk of losing the vehicle owner’s no claims bonus.

Some Frequently Asked Questions about our Learner Driver Insurance

This is normally covered as standard with buildings cover, however please refer to your policy wording.

Some insurers give cover for bicycles within the home as standard with contents cover. However, there would be limits as to how much you can claim. If you need cover away from the home you would need to specify this. Please refer to your schedule and policy wording in order to see whether you have this cover.