If you are currently learning to drive, you'll need to make sure you're covered with a valid insurance policy. By taking professional driving lessons, you'll be covered by your intructors insurance however many people choose to learn to drive, either in their own vehicle or one owned by a family member of friend.
If using your own vehicle you'll need to have your own insurance policy, but you'll probably find that as a provisional licence holder that this isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
However it will give you peace of mind that if anything should happen whilst you are behind the wheel that you have the minimum protection to cover yourself.
As with any driver, a provisional licence holder must insure themselves with at least third party insurance, however it may be just as cost effective to upgrade to a comprehensive car insurance policy for provisional drivers. This will protect you and your vehicle against any accidental damage as well as that to third parties.
Provisional car insurance can be expensive but using a comparison service will help you to view a number of different deals to help you find the best deal to suit you and your budget.
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