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How to Understand Car Insurance Groups

    The Process

  1. Step 1

    Check out your UK car insurance group online to help you understand car insurance groups. See the resources section for the link to the Motor Repair Research Centre (Thatcham).

  2. Step 2

    Enter a search term in one of the boxes on the right side of the webpage to access car insurance groups in the UK. There are 10 choices: the more details you enter, the more refined the search will be. For example, if you only know the manufacturer, you will get a substantial list of cars making it more difficult to understand and find your car insurance group. However, if you enter the manufacturer, the year it was made, number of doors, and fuel type it will be easier to find your exact model.

  3. Step 3

    Click “Submit.” You will instantly get a list of all cars fitting the details you entered. The more details you entered on the first screen, the shorter the list. The list contains 14 columns and defines each car, helping you get an understanding of car insurance groups in the UK.

  4. Step 4

    Scroll through the list to select a car. If you can’t find your car click the “back” button and enter another search. The list is based upon car model, year, series, CC, fuel type, gear box, number of doors and body type.

  5. Step 5

    Check column 11 and 12. These two columns tell you the car insurance group. You can change the order from highest to lowest by clicking at the top of the appropriate column. This lets you see cars with the lowest insurance group up to the highest, together with all the associated information, and makes it easy to understand car insurance groups.

  6. Step 6

    Repeat the process with other cars you may be interested in to get comparisons between insurance groups. It will help you understand the groups and may save you money on your car insurance.

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