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Aviva Car Insurance

You said you wanted more affordable car insurance and we listened.

We know value matters to our customers so we offer a full range of benefits and discounts to save you money. These include:

  • A 15% discount for buying online
  • 8 weeks free car insurance equivalent to 15.38% discount. Available to 31 March 2015. Applies to new Aviva customers only
  • A courtesy car for up to 7 days when yours is being repaired by an Aviva Aligned Repairer
  • 24 hour Breakdown Rescue on all Fully Comprehensive and Third Party Fire & Theft Policies
  • Up to 50% discount if you have had no claims for five years 10% applied for each claims-free year up to a maximum of 50%
  • 33% discount if you have no penalty points – you deserve it for your safe driving. If you hold a driving licence or driving permit issued in the ROI
  • 5% off if you have another policy with us
  • Unlimited Windscreen Cover when you use our aligned repairer network on all Fully Comprehensive Policies

All discounts applied subject to minimum premium of €280.

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Claim based on all Aviva car insurance customers from October to December 2014, 62% of whom paid less than €380 for their car insurance. All Aviva policies are subject to a minimum premium of €280.

Offer of 8 weeks free and 15% off if you buy online available to 31 March 2015 to new customers with a minimum of one year no-claims discount. 8 weeks free is equivalent to 15.38% discount.

Aviva Direct Ireland Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Car insurance is underwritten by Aviva Insurance Limited. Aviva Insurance Limited, trading as Aviva, is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority in the UK and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules.

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