Learner Driver Insurance by Admiral

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Flexible, on-demand cover for learner drivers.

From 2 hours to 180 days. Learn to drive in a familiar car.

Veygo's flexible Learner Driver Insurance gives you the flexibility to learn to drive in a friend or family member's car by the hour, day, week or month.

Three reasons to choose Learner Driver Insurance by Veygo

Instant cover

Cover can start as soon as you've paid or be bought up to 60 days in advance.

Great value

Most customers buying 4 weeks of cover pay £52.03 or less. But, with cover available from as little as £6.44 for three hours you only have to pay for what you need. (August 2021)

Owner's No Claims Bonus is not affected

You can learn with a friend or family member and their No Claims Bonus won’t be affected if you need to make a claim.

Who is Veygo?

Veygo is part of the Admiral group and is dedicated to giving people the opportunity to take control of their own journey.

Whether you’re learning to drive, or you’ve passed your test but don't own a car, Veygo Learner Driver Insurance is there to help you get behind the wheel whenever you want.

How do we do this? Through Veygo, we offer flexible, comprehensive cover to you – the person borrowing the car. This means the car owner's insurance and No Claims Bonus are unaffected if you have an accident.

And, we underwrite all Veygo cover so you can expect the same quality insurance products you're used to from Admiral.

What is Learner Driver Insurance?

As a provisional licence holder, you can get valuable on-road experience with the help of Veygo Learner Driver Insurance.

To be added on to a friend or family members' policy as a learner driver can be very costly and could affect their No Claims Bonus if you do have a bump – this cover protects them from that and keeps prices down.

The cover is only valid if you’re accompanied by a full UK driving licence holder and will end once you pass your test.

Your questions answered

Who is Veygo?

Veygo is a new brand whose goal is to provide the best insurance options for 'drivers with no cars'. Veygo is proud to be part of the Admiral Group and its comprehensive insurance is provided by Admiral.

What is Learner Driver Insurance?

Learner Driver Insurance is a short term, flexible solution for learner drivers that allows you to get insured on a friend or family member's car from one hour to 180 days. The insurance works in addition to any cover already in place on the car and is fully comprehensive.

Who can supervise me when I drive?

Any driver over 21 who has held a current and valid EEC licence for at least three years. This doesn't have to be the car owner but you do need the owner's permission to insure and drive the vehicle.

Will it affect the car owner's No Claims Bonus if I claim?

Any claims you make won't affect the car owner's No Claims Bonus. As such, they don't need to declare it to their insurers.

Can I use Learner Driver Insurance to take my driving test?

If you pass your test the cover will no longer be valid as it’s only available to provisional licence holders. Once you’ve passed your test you can get an Admiral Car Insurance quote or check out our car sharing option.

How do I make a claim?

Please send us an email at contact@veygo.com.

Include your insurance policy number, date of birth, and postcode for security.

We respond to most emails within 15 minutes during working hours.

Our working hours are Monday to Friday, between 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.

As a guide, include the following in your email:

  • when the accident happened
  • your speed at the time of the accident
  • what you were using the car for (for example, shopping, commuting to work)
  • the damage to your vehicle
  • information on any passengers with you
  • if any other vehicles or people were involved
  • details of anyone else involved in the accident (for example, vehicle registration, name, contact number
  • if anyone was injured
  • if the emergency services were called
  • what happened in detail
  • whether you’re making a claim or just want to report the incident

How do I speak to Veygo?

Veygo is online only. If you can't find the answer you're looking for in our help centre, please email contact@Veygo.com

We aim to reply within one working day. If you're a policy holder, please include your policy number in the email subject line.



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