It's interesting to see small insurance companies helping out the big ones when bringing new products to market. Aviva are using Dayinsure for example. I just think though that in this day and age a company as large as Aviva could manage to bring a new product to market very easily, and not rely on a third party company. What's so complicated about launching a new product in this day and age?
So what exactly is learner driver insurance, how does it work and what should you buy? If you are taking lessons with a driving school, insurance will almost certainly be included in the price you are paying. But if you want some extra hours of supervised practice to help improve your chances of passing your test, using mum or dad’s car (or that of a relative or friend), then you will need to obtain insurance. Learner insurance is designed to sit alongside the existing insurance on the car that the young person will be practising in. Typically, it provides fully comprehensive cover when the learner driver is behind the wheel and also during their driving test if they intend to use the same car.