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In 1930, the UK government introduced a law that required every person who used a vehicle on the road to have at least third party personal injury insurance. Today, UK law is defined by the Road Traffic Act 1988, which was last modified in 1991.

It is an offense to use a car, or allow others to use it, without the insurance that fulfils the act whilst on the public highway. Beyond this, you have a choice between cover which only provides financial protection against physical damage, bodily injury and liabilities resulting from traffic collisions or other financial protections.

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Get in touch with the friendly and experienced Weir Insurance team to discuss your cover, which can include:

  • Third party only
  • Third party, fire and theft
  • Comprehensive
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