Bride and groom waving goodbye to their guests as they are driven off in their wedding car. There is a Just Married sign on the back of the car.

Wedding Insurance - For The Car With More Roll Than Royce

A vintage Rolls or a modern Mini, a retro Camper or luxurious Hummer - whatever amazing car you have organised for your wedding needs to be properly insured to avoid any expensive mishaps on your special day.

What could go wrong?

Of course you need insurance for your family car, but what could go so wrong with a car that is only used for a short drive to your wedding venue? You'd be surprised! For example:

There are so many unforeseeable things that could happen, making sure your wedding insurance policy has adequate cover for wedding car disasters will help ensure peace of mind on your wedding day.

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Own a wedding car? What should you look for in a car insurance policy?

Wedding cars, are of course, used differently to your day to day family cars, and this is reflected in the small print of your insurance policy. Read your wedding car insurance policy carefully to check that you are insured for every eventuality. Some things that you may want to check could include:

Wedding car parked outside the arched entrance to a castle.

Policies can also offer:

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Remember to ask if there are any discounts available!

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Leyton Solutions Limited is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Emerald Life Limited, Insuremore Ltd, UK Oasis Group Ltd and Voyager Insurance Services Ltd who are all authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Leyton Solutions Limited is also an Introducer Appointed Representative of Blue Insurance Limited who is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for UK business.

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