Auto-renewals on 1st Central car insurance could be costing you significant extra money every year.
Rightly Save helps you never miss an insurance renewal so you can get organised and search for a better deal. It’s automatic, quick, simple and free.
Use Rightly Save to save time, save stress and save money.
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Sign in with an email address 1st Central will recognise and we’ll do the rest.
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This is a beta version of our new service. In just a few clicks we’ll help you find all your insurance policies.
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See your list of policies organised all in one place where you’ll be able to see the renewal date for each policy.
Set up reminders so you never miss another renewal date and have time to find a better deal.
Is 1st Central car insurance renewal automatic?
Whether or not car insurance renews automatically depends on the specific policy you have. Some insurance providers will automatically renew your car insurance policy on the renewal date, provided that you’ve set up automatic payment or have paid your premium by the due date. But if that happens, it can mean you simply pay more every year and miss out on the opportunity to find a better deal.
Some policies may require you to manually renew your coverage each year. Also, if there have been any changes to your policy, such as a change in coverage or a change in vehicles, you may need to review and update your policy before it can be renewed.
How can I prevent my 1st Central car insurance renewing automatically?
If you’d like to prevent your car insurance from renewing automatically, contact 1st Central before the renewal date and request that they cancel the automatic renewal. This will typically involve sending a written request by email or making a phone call to the customer service department.
It's important to note that if you cancel your car insurance policy, you’ll need to obtain new insurance coverage in order to legally drive your vehicle. So, if you decide not to renew your current policy, you should make sure to purchase new coverage before your current policy expires.
Why should you prevent 1st Central car insurance from renewing automatically?
Insurance companies often rely on people allowing automatic renewals of insurance policies to roll them over, with no offer of a better price. Usually just an increase on the previous year. So you might want to consider not allowing automatic renewals so you have a chance to switch to a better policy instead of continuing with the current one.
It's important to regularly review your car insurance policy to make sure you have the coverage you need at a price that makes sense for your budget. If you're unsure about whether or not to renew your policy automatically, it's a good idea to contact your insurance provider and discuss your options.
Why use Rightly?
Lots of reasons, beating finance apps or just doing it yourself. Rightly Save helps you organise your renewals more effectively than finance apps so you can go after better deals in good time. It’s better than trying to do it all yourself too.
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About 1st Central
1st Central Insurance is a UK-based insurance company that was founded in 2008. The company offers a range of insurance products including car insurance, home insurance, and van insurance.
1st Central Insurance operates primarily online, and their website allows customers to get quotes, manage their policies, and make claims. The company prides itself on its customer service, and it has won a number of awards in this area.
1st Central Insurance has grown rapidly since its inception, and it now employs over 1,000 people across its offices in West Sussex and Manchester. The company has over 2 million customers and has paid out over £500 million in claims since it was founded.
The company is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK and is a member of the Association of British Insurers (ABI).