Confused.com offers free breakdown cover with van insurance
Confused.com is launching a new promotion giving away free breakdown cover worth £59.99 with any van insurance policy purchased through the site.
Breaking down without cover could cost hundreds of pounds to be rescued. As purse strings are tightened and finances reviewed, drivers no longer need to think of breakdown cover as a costly extra due to Confused.com's new promotion.
The promotion will begin on 6 June and run until 31 July, so anyone buying a van insurance policy during this period will get free breakdown cover.
Van insurance doesn't need to be expensive. Whether people are using their van for business or personal use, Confused.com searches the market's top insurance providers to help them to find a competitive quote.
So as well as saving people time and money Confused.com is giving away free breakdown cover when buying this essential insurance purchase, ensuring no one is left stranded this summer.
Expert price-comparison site Confused.com offers comparison on van insurance policies, allowing van drivers to get prices from 20 of the most competitive and market-leading brands, such as Aviva, Highway, Ageas, RSA.
Alex Higgs, Product Manager at Confused.com said: "As people's purse strings are still tight, we want to help our customers save money, but also make their travel journeys as safe as possible. So by simply buying essential van insurance customers can help prevent themselves being left stranded on the side of the road by getting this free breakdown cover that we are offering in our new promotion."
"With our choice of cover options and our excellent value for money prices, we have a policy to meet the needs of every van driver. Confused.com is here to help customers get the right cover they need at the right price."
"Make sure you're shopping around using a price comparison site like Confused.com as it allows you to not only check the price but also review the benefits you can get which you may not necessarily think about until you are in an emergency situation."