Anyone who owns a car needs car insurance, but that doesn't tell you which car insurance to get. To help you on your way, we've compiled a list of this year's Moneyfacts Car Insurance Star Ratings champions, based on our research team's extensive analysis of the car insurance market.
Now, this won't tell you exactly which one is the best, as that will depend on your personal circumstances, but it should help you narrow down your options. You can trust that these products have been thoroughly scrutinised, so you can have an extra degree of confidence that these chosen insurance policies offer all the protection you may require.
"When looking to insure your car in a market which is constantly expanding to give consumers more choice, making sure you are covered for every eventuality can be difficult, given the range of policies, optional extras and add-ons available," said Samantha Owens, insight manager at Moneyfacts.
"The annual Moneyfacts Car Insurance Star Ratings showcase the most complete products in the market. They rate highest those policies with the most comprehensive features and attractive limits, which allows the consumer to concentrate on picking the policy that will best suit their own needs."
Below is the list of those car insurance policies that have been awarded a rating of five stars, followed by those that have earned four stars. They can also be found here.
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|Car insurance Star Ratings - 4 Stars|
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