If your car spends more time on the drive than it does on the road, then pay-per-mile car insurance could be right up your street.
Pay-per-mile is a new way to pay for your car insurance and is designed for those who drive less than 7,000 miles / year.
The price is based on the distance you drive, not the way you drive - so there's no driver scoring and no curfews.
You pay a one-off annual fee to cover your car while it's parked, after that you just pay for the miles you drive. Your mileage is automatically charged at the end of each month.
By Miles offers fully comprehensive car insurance where you can drive as much as you want. You'll never be charged for more than 150 miles a day. So if you drive 200 miles in a day, you'd only be charged for 150 miles.
What's the catch? If you drive more than 7,000 miles a year you can probably find cheaper insurance elsewhere.
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