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You can buy a policy in minutes. And you can extend it in seconds.
With MOT and tax reminders in the app, Cuvva takes the hassle out of driving.
Cuvva policies are completely standalone, so your (or your friends') no-claims bonus is safe.
You're covered for up to £40,000, with class 1 business insurance included.
Download the Cuvva app and sign up in minutes.
Enter your registration plate.
Get cover for as little as one hour, or up to 28 days.
And that's it! You're covered.
Have a GB driving licence from the DVLA
Be under 65
Be at least 19 - and if you're under 21, have had your licence for a year, with no at or joint-fault claims
Have a car or van less than 20 years old
We don't believe in sneaky pricing. Here's what we look at when you get a temporary insurance quote.
Older drivers tend to get cheaper policies than younger drivers.
The minimum age to use Cuvva is 19. The maximum age is 65.
If you're under 21, have had your licence for a year, with no at or joint-fault claims.
Your age also affects which vehicles we can insure you on. For more powerful cars in higher insurance groups, you'll need to have more years of driving experience.
And, as with most insurance companies, your age affects your price, as well as your excess. Younger drivers tend to pay more than older, more experienced drivers.
You can get temporary car insurance on most vehicles, but we do have a few restrictions.
Cars need to be worth at least £1, and no more than £40,000. The car also has to be less than 20 years old.
We also can't insure cars that have been modified, impounded, scrapped or imported.
There are also age-related restrictions on the kinds of cars we can cover you for. Generally, the older and more powerful the car - and the higher the insurance group - the older you'll have to be to get insured on it.
There are a few things you can't use Cuvva for:
You'll also need to have a valid MOT to get a Cuvva policy. That means you can't use our temporary car insurance to drive a car to an MOT centre.
You can't use Cuvva if your car is impounded, or if it's insured under a fleet policy.
Cuvva is fully comprehensive. That means you're covered for damage to your own car, not just other people's - up to a maximum of £40,000.
You can use temporary insurance to drive in Europe. But your cover won't be comprehensive. And you'll only be able to buy policies in the UK.
Any questions? Search the knowledge base.
With Cuvva, you can get temporary insurance for as little as an hour. So it's quicker (and usually cheaper) than adding a named driver.
We cover cars and vans, so you can use temporary insurance to borrow a vehicle for moving day.
Just bought a car? If you haven't sorted out your insurance yet, temporary insurance can cover you for the drive home (and for test driving).
If you're looking to sell, a few weeks of short-term cover is the perfect way to keep your car insured.
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We think the insurance industry needs to change. So we're doing things differently at Cuvva by offering insurance that's tailored to our customers.
That said, we're fully regulated by the FCA. Which means our insurance is above-board and completely legal. We're trusted by 300,000 people. And counting.
So there's nothing too-good-to-be-true here. Just fast, flexible policies.