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My Policy Car InsuranceMy Policy (often termed as MyPolicy) is a specialist telematics insurance product promoted through This brand was launched in 2010, but they had existed between 1995 and 2010 as Mahis Ltd. This means that this broker has racked up more than 20 years of valued industry experience. It is not made clear at what point they ventured into the telematics space. This broker uses 5 underwriters that includes Aviva, AXA, Equity Red Star, Markerstudy and Zurich (commercial). There are 2 main areas headed on their homepage (the 3rd is for van cover). The first is Young Driver Insurance for drivers aged between 17 and 24. Then we have Low Miles Insurance for ages 25 and above.

From scanning each section most of the features were matched. The main difference appears to be that younger drivers are able to earn rewards. Key noted features include a potential 65% saving that is based on you only paying for the mileage that you need. There are no curfews and the Smart Box will be fitted to your dashboard within 7 days, but you can drive straight away. This device monitors acceleration, braking, cornering, location, mileage, speed, time of use and types of roads used. Your objective should be to achieve high in the Good bracket (+1 to +10). This drops to Below Average (0 to -5) and then High Risk (-6 to -10).

Through the My Policy login at you’ll be able to keep track of your performance and monitor your current mileage used. This company has made their mark through competitive low pricing. Most people will have likely been sent their way through comparison searches. We have seen them delivering low cost young driver quotes on Confused and MoneySuperMarket. My Policy’s support hours run between Monday and Friday from 9.30am to 6pm. The number is 0330 100 2337 if you need to reach them. From studying reviews posted online, there was usually some negative comments surrounding their support and their fees (there is an arrangement fee charged at £247). There was however positive feedback on the overall value received.