UK Impounded Car Insurance Best Price Comparison Collection Guide Launched

A new guide to impound car insurance and car collection process has been launched by Total Insurance Comparison. They are a specialist insurance company that work with brokers to help clients find the best price for their needs.

Total Insurance Comparison has launched a new guide to impound car insurance for anyone needing to collect their car from the police. They work with specialist UK impound car insurance brokers who have access to the best and most competitive policies available.


More information can be found at: https://total-insurance.co.uk/vehicleinsurance/impoundinsurance


The new guide explains that as many as five hundred vehicles are impounded by the police across the UK every day.


When cars, trucks, vans and motorbikes are not taxed or insured, the police have the power to impound the vehicle. If the vehicle is not recovered by the owner, they will then go on to be sold at audition or destroyed.


It can be difficult for drivers to get their vehicles after they have been impounded. The new guide was launched to show the insurance available to help with this process.


Total Insurance Comparison helps drivers to get the right insurance that allows them to pick up their vehicle. Drivers get a temporary cover policy that means they are legally able to collect the impounded vehicle after seizure.


Total Insurance Comparison is a leading UK insurance comparison company dedicated to connecting clients with competitive brokers in one destination.


Clients get a dedicated account manager to ensure the process runs smoothly. They will assess the insurance requirements and help clients to get the best packages to suit their needs.


Having the right insurance is a key component when it comes to collecting an impounded car.


Total Insurance Comparison states: “Typically what is required is the owner of the vehicle or a person nominated by the owner can collect the vehicle if they have the correct insurance, MOT certificate for the vehicle and a valid driving licence.”


They add: “They also need to pay the impound costs which can be typically between £150 – £300 depending on the weight of the vehicle plus any storage costs that are typically charged at around £20 – £40 a day, plus any further police penalties that are in relation to the seizure of the vehicle.”


Interested parties wanting to find out more about impound insurance can get in touch through the company website above.

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