Things you need to know

Insure 2 Drive is a trading brand of Sabre Insurance Company Limited.

Our Terms and Conditions

Sabre Insurance Company Ltd. is a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service scheme for complaints from private policyholders. If you have a complaint, please write to Sabre Insurance Company Limited at Sabre House, 150 South Street, Dorking, Surrey RH4 2YY. Full details of our complaints procedure will be set out in your policy booklet and is shown on our website. The complaints procedure does not affect your right to take legal action.


The law of England and Wales will apply to this contract unless:

1)             We both agree otherwise; or

2)             At the date of the contract you are a resident of (or, in the case of a business, the registered office or principal place of business is situated in) Scotland, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, in which case (in the absence of agreement to the contrary) the law of that country will apply.


For the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998, the Data Controller in relation to any personal data you supply is Sabre Insurance Company Ltd. Information you supply may be used for the purposes of insurance administration by the insurer, its associated companies and agents, by reinsurers and your intermediary. It may be disclosed to other regulatory bodies for the purposes of monitoring and/or enforcing the insurer’s compliance with any regulatory rules/codes. Your information may also be used for offering renewal, research and statistical purposes and crime prevention. It may be transferred to any country, including countries outside the European Economic Area for any of these purposes and for systems administration. In order to assess the terms of the insurance contract or administer claims that arise, the insurer may need to collect data that the Data Protection Act defines as sensitive (such as driving licence information, medical history or criminal convictions). In assessing, investigating, handling and administering any claims made, the insurer, or its agents or investigators appointed by the insurer to assist in the processing of any claim you have presented:

(a) may undertake checks against publicly available information (such as electoral roll, county court judgments, bankruptcy or repossessions) and DVLA. These checks may also be carried out at the new business and/or renewal stage; and

(b) may review certain personal data and sensitive personal data about you and also the driver of your vehicle who was involved in the incident giving rise to the claim, if different. Such personal data and sensitive personal data may include names, addresses, telephone numbers, occupations, genders, dates of birth, driving licence details, details of any relevant accidents (including details of medical histories), details of thefts and details of criminal convictions or endorsements. This information may also be used for the purposes of crime prevention in connection with claims, (e.g. the prevention of theft and/or fraud), assessing liability in respect of claims and to ensure that claims have been properly represented.

Information may also be shared with other insurers either directly or via those acting for the insurers (such as loss adjusters or investigators). You should show this notice to any driver covered or proposed to be covered under this policy. By purchasing this policy you signify your explicit consent and the explicit consent of all relevant drivers to such information being processed by the insurer and their agents and investigators for the purposes set out above. With limited exceptions, you and any relevant third party noted in this paragraph have the right to access and if necessary rectify information held about you.


Under the terms of the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012, it is your responsibility to take reasonable care to supply complete and accurate information when you take out your policy, throughout the life of your policy and when you renew your policy. Your policy is based on the information you gave at inception. It is essential that you tell us straight away about changes which may influence our acceptance or assessment of the risk. Failure to notify us means that the policy may not operate to protect you. Such changes could include the following: –  accidents (whether you were at fault or not), thefts (of or from the vehicle), disqualifications, convictions (motoring and criminal), change of your address, health matters, make and model of your vehicle, occupation (full or part time), use of your vehicle, vehicle modifications (cosmetic or performance enhancing), drivers, annual mileage, type of driving licence and the date the driving test was passed.  This is not an exhaustive list so if you are in any doubt whether or not facts may need to be considered you should disclose them. We reserve the right to decline any proposal or apply special terms.


Cover is granted on the understanding that at the time of inception your car is not impounded by the Police or any other authority.


Vehicles registered outside of the United Kingdom are not acceptable.


We use data from a number of sources such as credit reference agencies. This is so we can confirm your identity and give you a quotation. These checks may be carried out at new business and/or renewal stage.


Fraudulent claims are a serious problem for insurers and any costs arising from such activity are inevitably passed on to honest policyholders. In order to protect your interests and the interests of the vast majority of our policyholders, we fully investigate all claims and where fraudulent activity is detected we report it to the authorities under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA). Insurers pass information to the Claims and Underwriting Exchange Register, run by Insurance Database Services Ltd. (IDS Ltd) and the Motor Insurance Anti-Fraud and Theft Register, run by the Association of British Insurers (ABI). The aim is to help insurers check the information provided and also to prevent fraudulent claims. When your request for insurance is dealt with, the registers will be searched. Under the conditions of your policy we must be told about any incident (such as an accident or theft) which may or may not give rise to a claim.

In the event of a claim the information you supply together with any other information relating to the claim will be put on the register and made available to participants. It is our practice to co-operate fully with the Police Authorities in the detection and prosecution of those involved in fraud. If false or inaccurate information is provided and fraud is identified, details will be passed to fraud prevention agencies. Law enforcement agencies may access and use this information. We and other organisations may also access and use this information to prevent fraud and money laundering, for example, when checking details on applications for credit and credit related or other facilities, managing credit and credit related accounts or facilities and recovering debt, checking details on applications and claims for all types of insurance and when checking details of job applicants and employees.

Please contact us at 0330 024 4773 if you want to receive details of the relevant fraud prevention agencies. We and other organisations may access and use the information recorded by fraud agencies from other countries.

You may report information confidentially in respect of bogus/fraudulent claims to the Cheatline on 0800 422 0421. The Cheatline is manned 24 hours a day. Alternatively, fraud can be reported online to the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) at All information can be reported anonymously and will be treated in the strictest confidence. The Cheatline is manned by experienced fraud investigators who may share the information with other interested parties such as the insurer concerned (if known). Savings obtained from information provided to the Cheatline will help to reduce insurance premiums. More information can be provided if requested.


Information relating to your insurance policy will be added to the Motor Insurance Database (MID) managed by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB). MID and the data stored on it may be used by certain statutory and/or authorised bodies including the Police, the DVLA, the DVANI, the Insurance Fraud Bureau and other bodies permitted by law for purposes not limited to but including:

If you are involved in a road traffic accident (either in the UK, the EEA or certain other territories), Insurers and/or the MIB may search the MID to obtain relevant information. Persons (including appointed representatives) pursuing a claim in respect of a road traffic accident (including citizens of other countries) may also obtain relevant information which is held on the MID. It is vital that the MID holds your
correct registration number. If it is incorrectly shown on the MID you are at risk of having your vehicle seized by the Police. You can check that your correct registration number details are shown on the MID at


By providing your Driving Licence Number when obtaining insurance you are consenting to us checking the DVLA register for details of your driving history and motoring convictions. You can check the information held by the DVLA about you by visiting their website at


The Certificate is NOT transferable. If the vehicle is disposed of, the purchaser must have a certificate in their own name.


You have taken out cover and then changed your mind

If you find that the policy does not suit your requirements and we have not provided you with all necessary information before you made your decision to purchase this policy, you can cancel your cover within 14 days of receiving the full policy documentation, either in writing or via email, and we will give a pro rata return of premium subject to a £45 charge. For example, if the annual premium is £365 and the policy is on cover for 10 days, the return premium you will receive will be calculated as follows: £365 – £10 – £45 = £310. If the policy has been paid in full by credit or debit card then an additional charge of £25 will be applied and the refund amount will be calculated as follows, £365 – £10 – £45 – £25 = £285.00.

If an adjustment has taken place during this time or a claim has occurred our standard cancellation terms will apply. In addition, we will refund in full premiums for any additional products purchased, such as Breakdown Cover, subject to no claims occurring on those products.

How do I cancel my policy?

The policy may be cancelled mid-term in the following circumstances:

We may notify you of our intention to cancel your policy in writing or via email  and, subject to no claim arising within the current period of insurance, we will give you a return of premium for the unexpired portion of the policy based on our cancellation scale below.


You may cancel the Policy at any time either in writing or via email. Subject to no claim arising in the current period of insurance, we will give a return of premium for the unexpired portion of the Policy, which will be calculated using the following scale and a £25 charge will also be applied where full payment has been made by debit or credit card. For example, if the annual premium is £365 and the policy is on cover for 90 days, the return premium will be calculated as follows: £365 – 131.40 = £233.60. If the policy has been paid in full by credit or debit card then an additional charge of £25 will be applied and the refund amount will be calculated as follows, £365 – £131.40 – £25 = £208.60:-

Period of cover up to Premium Payable
1 Month 20%
2 Months 28%
3 Months 36%
4 Months 44%
5 Months 52%
6 Months 60%
7 Months 68%
8 Months 76%
9 Months 84%
10 Months 92%
Above 10 Months 100%

During the 14 day cooling off period, premiums for any additional products purchased, such as Breakdown Cover, will be fully refunded, subject to no claims occurring against those products. After the 14 day cooling off period has expired, no premium will be refunded.


Amending your policy £25
Duplicate certificate £20
Administration of a failed payment £20
Cancelling your policy See “CANCELLING YOUR POLICY” above

Please note that service charges are not refundable


Methods of payment

You can pay for your car insurance in full by credit or debit card. You can also choose to spread the cost by paying an initial 20% deposit by credit or debit card and the remainder by 10 direct debit instalments. If you pay by monthly instalments, interest will be charged at an annual percentage rate (APR) of 24.9% and you must set up a direct debit mandate using your bank details. Please note that in the event of a claim, the full premium is still due and must be paid. You can choose to pay off any remaining instalments immediately or continue paying instalments directly from your bank on a monthly basis. It may also be possible for us to deduct any outstanding balance from your claim settlement.

If you make a change to your policy mid-term and you pay by monthly instalments, if the additional premium is more than 20% of the original new business premium we will require 25% of the additional premium as a deposit and the remainder added to any remaining instalments. If there are no instalments remaining, the additional premium is to be paid in full.

Your credit/debit card details

We do not store your credit or debit card details at any time and each and any payment taken by us from your credit or debit card will need your authorisation.

Consumer Credit Agreement

Sabre Insurance Company Limited trading as Insure 2 Drive is licensed by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to provide goods or services on credit. Licence number 634163. If you choose to pay by instalments you will have to sign and agree to the terms of a Consumer Credit Agreement required by the Consumer Credit Act 1974. A copy of this agreement will be provided with your policy documentation.

Non-payment of premium by direct debit

If we are unsuccessful in collecting your instalments, we will contact you for payment by credit or debit card. If you default on more than one occasion we reserve the right to cancel your insurance policy or request the remaining balance of premium in full.

Cancellation through non-payment of premium

We will write to you at your registered policy address or email you at the email address we have on record to inform you that we intend to cancel your policy through non-payment of premium. You will have 7 days to contact us to pay any arrears due.

In accordance with the Road Traffic Act 1988, when a policy is cancelled you must declare that you will return or destroy all copies of the Certificate of Motor Insurance relating to your policy (whether held in paper, electronic, digital or any other format). Upon cancellation you will need to confirm that you will do this within the next 7 days.

Payment of arrears

If we contact you regarding arrears due on your policy you must pay the outstanding arrears immediately to ensure continuation of your policy. You can make a payment by contacting our Customer Services team on 0330 024 4774.

Change of bank account

If you change your bank account, you must contact our Customer Services team on 0330 024 4774 to request a new direct debit mandate which you must complete and return.

When we take credit/debit card payments

When you’ve indicated your intention to buy, your card payment will be taken by our third party card merchant (

At no point do we hold or store your credit card details.

If any payments are required following mid-term adjustments to your policy and you choose to pay by debit or credit card, the payment will be taken immediately.