Learner driver insurance through Marmalade
All learner driver policies will cover the learner to take their test, however if you choose a short term policy, you will need to arrange a ride home as cover ceases as soon as the learner receives a full licence.
Provisional insurance options
Choose from two types of annual learner insurance
Both annual policies allow the learner driver to start earning their own no claims bonus. Learners covered with one of the annual policies can also enjoy seamless cover from provisional licence to full licence, with no price increase.
Black box technology is used on both annual learner policies, allowing the driver to improve their driving skills.
Flexible temporary learner insurance
Marmalade short term learner insurance allows the learner to practice their driving skills in a family member’s or friend’s car. Short term cover options from 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, or 240 days, with options to add 7 or 14 days when getting another quote as an existing learner insurance customer.
Temporary learner insurance provides instant cover, as there is no black box technology used.
Who can supervise a learner driver?
Certain requirements must be met for a person to be eligible to supervise a learner driver.
- Any driver who is over the age of 21 (some insurers, like Marmalade require the supervising driver to be at least 25)
- Currently holds a current valid full UK driving licence for at least 3 years
- Qualified for the vehicle they are using (manual or automatic)