Alloy Wheel Insurance – keep that new car shine

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Alloy Wheel Insurance Made Easy

Alloy wheels look fantastic, but kerbing them is a risk you’ll constantly run. Rather than dreading a hefty alloy repair bill we can offer a fantastic product which keeps them looking pristine!

For New Cars

Most Alloy Wheel Insurance must be purchased from a dealership with a new or nearly new car purchase. This means you’ll usually end up paying hefty margins to the sales person. By buying directly from MotorEasy we can save you a huge amount vs these prices.

For Used Cars

As we’re different to most alloy wheel insurers, we can offer cover on vehicles not recently purchased from a dealership - even for private sales! We’ll carry out a complimentary inspection (worth £60!) at a workshop local to you, and your cover starts immediately after this.

Alloy Wheel Insurance for most cars up to 10 years or 100,000 miles

Covers new & used cars - even private sales

Alloy and Diamond Cut Wheels covered

Alloy Wheel repairs at your home or work

Protection against alloy wheel damage caused by:

Kerbing

Potholes

Road debris

What’s covered by our alloy wheel insurance?

Up to 6 alloy wheel claims per year

Cosmetic repairs at your home or work

Up to £110 in wheel skimming*

Up to £150 towards replacement

In association with

Dent Wizard

Alloy wheel insurance for 1, 2 or 3 years

For full details of our alloy wheel protection, feel free to take a look at our Alloy Wheel Insurance Document

Stop worrying about alloy wheel damage. For 24/7 peace of mind, get a quote now

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What can our alloy wheel
insurance offer you?

  • Peace of mind against alloy wheel damage
  • Coverage across the UK
  • No claims excess
  • Free health check & inspection report worth £60

What our members say

“The appeal of MotorEasy is clear and simple. It looks after all the tedious, day-to-day aspects of car ownership, leaving you free to enjoy driving.”

Paul Hudson, Telegraph Motoring Editor