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The Post Office was formed in 1986 after formally being part of the General Post Office. The Post Office provides a wide range of products including postage stamps and banking to the public through its nationwide network of post office branches. The Post Office has also established itself as a financial service provider and provides a number of branded insurance products for cars, vans and motorbikes, home insurance, pet insurance and travel insurance. Life insurance, over 50s life cover and lifestyle protection insurance are also available.

Post Office Car Insurance is administered by BISL Ltd which is part of the BGL Group which also owns Budget and Bennetts. Car insurance policies come with free breakdown cover for 12 months if you are under 50 years old. You will also receive a courtesy car, vandalism cover, windscreen cover and overseas cover for up to 60 days. If your vehicle is under 12 months old you will also recieved new-for-old cover.

  • Vandalism Cover
  • 60 days of EU Driving
  • Courtesy Car
Car Insurance Quote:
0800 783 3770
Car Insurance Renewal:
107 4082
Car Insurance Claim:
073 1005

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Linda (Oxford, UK) says...
Asked for 2 week temporary driver cover for a 30 year old female driver (home owner) with no claims or convictions and was told the underwriters do not allow it. I can instead put her as a permanent named driver...costing £552. Plus £20 admin fee!! I was told that I should have put that I might want to have a temporary driver when I filled in the form on line. Madness. I shan't be renewing.
17th August 2014 7:58pm
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Richard (Newcastle, UK) says...
Had a car accident back in April 2010. My insurance was with PO, who passed on the details to Minster Law for legal help and 17 months down the line I get the same repetitive message saying that the third party insurers are waiting for a police report... I understand Police are understaffed, but .... 17 months?!
17th August 2014 7:58pm
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Nick (Worcester, UK) says...
Had a no fault accident 7 weeks ago. The third party admitted liability from the outset as we we're parked at lights when she hit us from behind. The claims department are still now saying that they still have no stance on liability and even worse are now saying that they might not honour our insurance as they say we didn't tell them about 3 points on my licence. ( I'm a named driver but wasn't driving) We still maintain we have told them but are going to struggle to prove it. They have never ... Read More
17th August 2014 7:57pm

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