Which? helps you find the best car insuranceNew expert car insurance reviews launched

13 February 2013

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Which? has added eight more car insurance company reviews to our unique directory that outlines how we rate providers' policies.

Which? car insurance reviews

Buying car insurance is always a tricky balance between getting a competitive rate, securing decent customer service and obtaining a policy that is comprehensive and meets all your requirements.

Carrying out your own price research via company websites and comparison sites is imperative, but you also need to know that the company you opt for is concerned with customer service and offers a policy that has most of the benefits that you'll need.

The Which? car insurance reviews rank the biggest car insurers against each other by analysing their customer score and policy score. 

Which? provides detailed car insurance reviews

Customer score is obtained by assessing Which? members' satisfaction with their car insurance company, while the policy score is worked out by analysing the 49 most important elements of standard car insurance policies.

Which? has now added Saga, Sainsbury's Bank, Churchill, Tesco Bank, Axa, More Than, Admiral and John Lewis to our list of existing car insurance reviews.

And if you're in the market for a new motor, Which? has hundreds of car tests and reviews for you to peruse. Check out our guide to buying used cars to find the perfect vehicle. 

Navigating the car insurance maze

The Which? car insurance reviews also pull out policy highlights from each provider to help you identify if the product has what you require from your motor cover.

Which? car insurance analyst Paul Davies said: 'We now have car insurance reviews for 20 of the biggest companies in the UK car insurance sector. The reviews should help you to decide which company you insure your vehicle with.

'We still recommended that you do your usual premium research to get a reasonable rate, but by cross-referring with our Which? Recommended Providers you should end up with an insurer that ticks all the boxes.'

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