I use it for all my insurance shopping (cars & home). I've managed to beat my renewal premium every time (sometimes even with my existing insurer). I don't have much time to shop around, usually leaving renewal until the 11th hour!
Another thing I like about it is how I can see what I paid for my insurance last year, and the year before that, and the year before that... etc... (for all the years I've used it for). It's always interesting to see yet another claim-free year not make a blind bit of difference!!!
The insurance companies that take pride in "not being on comparison websites" are missing out on a great deal of valuable traffic. I used to call Direct Line for a quote each time, but they were never competitive enough so now I don't bother. Methinks the money they don't pay in commission to comparison websites is spent on advertising, because their quotes certainly are not any cheaper.
You can probably barter over the telephone for a better deal, but if you can't be bothered, are too busy or if you're like me and not facing that massive a renewal premium anyway, then comparison websites are the easiest way to shop for insurance, and confused.com is the comparison website I use.
People who think the site is complicated ought to spend the night filling identical forms with the 100+ different insurance companies to see how easy that is.
Used for a car I am looking to buy, found the website a litte confusing but most importantly found that the insurance was more expensive than what I have been offered by my current insurer. Then went to another provider and saved £28.
When searching for car insurance on Confused, be aware that on EVERY search you run they run a credit check on your name which could be potentially damaging to your rating.
Also, when it gave me the results and I tried to buy - as soon as I clicked the BUY THIS POLICY the next page the price was £250 higher!
Lee Kowalkowski found this review useful
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