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Bankrupt entered into an Individual Voluntary Agreement (IVA) or Debt Relief Orders (DRO)? You can still get car insurance quotes at sensible prices

The panel of specialist insurance providers can provide cover for people with a previous bankruptcy or with IVA or DRO. They believe that your past shouldn’t have to be a guide to your future.

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A guide to car insurance for those who have been declared bankrupt

Being declared bankrupt can affect you in a number of ways, from not being able to hold a regular bank account, to finding car insurance at a competitive rate.

When you apply for car insurance online, insurance providers will take into account factors such as your age, the value of your vehicle and the level of cover you need when providing you with a quote. If you have been declared bankrupt, you will be considered higher risk and this will be reflected the price.  Bankruptcy will usually stay on your credit report for 10 years, so even if you don’t declare it, insurance providers will know.

Other financial issues that can affect the price of car insurance

  • Individual Voluntary Agreements (IVA) – IVAs are a way to ensure you only pay creditors what you can afford to pay, after your living expenses. It also ensures you can’t be charged any additional fees or interest for the duration of the agreement. Unfortunately IVAs do impact your credit score negatively and this means you can expect to pay a higher rate for car insurance
  • Debt Relief Orders (DRO) – Debt Relief Orders allow you to have your debt written off completely. They are only eligible for people with less than £15,000 total debt and few assets. As you would imagine, DROs also affect your credit score in a negative way

Why does Bankruptcy, IVAs and DROs affect the price of car insurance?

Bankruptcy, IVAs and DROs will affect the price you can expect to pay for car insurance for two main reasons. Firstly, insurance providers will consider you a higher risk when you have these. While you might not be any more likely to make a claim, you will be considered more likely to miss payments and therefore your premium will be higher.

The other reason is that they will affect your credit rating. Just like any other company who you arrange monthly payments with, most insurance providers will do a credit check to see if you’re eligible. While having poor credit might not cause insurance providers to turn you down, it will mean they’ll charge a higher rate for your policy.

Why you need car insurance from a specialist provider

Specialist insurance providers will take a much more personalised approach and look at your unique circumstances before giving a quote.

As well as making it difficult to get credit again, being declared bankrupt means you will find it harder to get affordable car insurance. Convicted Drivers Insurance doesn’t believe in penalising people because of their  past financial difficulties.

We specialise in car insurance for drivers who have been declared bankrupt, looking at each case individually to offer you a comprehensive range of bankrupt car insurance policies, finding the right policy for you, at a good price.

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Benefits of bankruptcy car insurance

  • Highly tailored policies – a rise in financial crime in recent years means more people are being declared bankrupt than ever before. Every individual case is different. The specialist insurance panel tailors its policies at affordable prices to find a bankrupt car insurance policy that is right for you
  • Compare bankruptcy car insurance quotes easily – you will receive multiple car insurance quotes, together with the benefits of each, allowing you to compare them all and decide on the right policy for you, quickly and easily
  • Save time and money on bankruptcy car insurance  – searching for a specialist insurance policy doesn’t have to take hours in front of a computer screen. The 30-second form is easy to complete, with the quotes usually arriving instantly, covering all levels of cover. So you can be done and dusted in no time.
  • Flexible payment options for bankrupt people – if you have been declared bankrupt, the last thing you want is to have to pay for your car insurance in one lump sum. The panel can usually  offer multiple payment options on bankrupt car insurance policies to make life easier for you
  • Instant documentation – on most occasions once you have applied for your specialist policy you can relax in the knowledge that as soon as you have paid, you will receive your documents. It’s that quick.

*51% of consumers could save £290.68 on their Car Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next three cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from November 2021 data. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances and how you selected your current insurance supplier.