Insurance with Provisional Marmalade

Learning to drive is expensive but almost a necessity these days with most jobs requiring a commute which isn’t always possible and can be costly via
public transport, so to ease the cost of learning to drive Walkers have been in talks with Provisional Marmalade, an insurance company that offer provisional insurance to learner drivers at a low cost premium. This allows learners to practice what they’ve been taught in their professional lessons (DSA say on average learner drivers need between 35-45 professional lessons and about 20 hours of private practice, in their spare time). By honing their practical driving skills they will (hopefully) increase the rate at which they learn to drive.

So if a friend or family member has as car (you don’t need to be the car owner) with which they are willing to take you for lessons in, you are ahead of the game (the person needs to have held a full clean driving licence for over three years and be over the age of 25, comprehensive insurance needs to be held on the car).

By insuring through Provisional Marmalade the learner driver can relax and practice safe driving with a friend or family member happy
in the knowledge that they are fully insured, and if anything does happen it won’t affect the car owners insurance or their No Claims Bonus.

By insuring through Provisional Marmalade the learner driver can relax and practice safe driving with a friend or family member happy in the knowledge that they are fully insured, and if anything does happen it won’t affect the car owners insurance or their No Claims Bonus.

The cost for the insurance is £95 per month. If you click on the link below it will automatically take you to the website where you can sign up.
You will need to provide some personal details.

www.provisionalmarmalade.co.uk