Competitive Car Insurance for Female Drivers

Our Motor Insurance policy really focuses on what matters to you. At An Post Insurance we offer women driver’s affordable car insurance. Over 50% of An Post Insurance customers are female~

We want to make the roads safer and save you money too by rewarding safe drivers with great benefits* and discounts**.

Take a look at some of the benefits of our women's car insurance with An Post Insurance. The below is a summary of the benefits available to you. Please refer to our policy booklet for full cover details and terms and conditions that apply. 

Features & Benefits

24 Hour Breakdown Assistance - help if and when you need it, in Ireland and the UK.

We will replace your keys if they are lost or stolen, up to €1,500 per annum.

This cover is administered by Time Broker Services Limited, trading as Keycare Ireland and underwritten by Ageas Insurance Limited.

Unlimited windscreen cover when you use our aligned repairer network (applies to third party fire & theft and comprehensive AIG policies; applies to comprehensive Aviva policies only).

No Claims Discount

No loss of your No Claims Discount for fire, theft or attempted theft, or windscreen claims.

Personal Belongings

Unlimited Cover for personal belongings stolen from your car up to the value of €150.

Driving Other Cars

D.O.C. allows the policyholder to drive other cars on a third party basis only. This facility is not available to everybody and is subject to certain conditions.

Driving Abroad

Cover to use your car in any EU country free for up to 31 days.

Fire Brigade Cover Charges

Cover for fire brigade call out charges up to €1,500*. *this sum is dependent on your car policy underwriter.

Replacement Car

New replacement car for cars less than 1 year old.

Towing to a Repairer

Cover the cost of towing your car to a repairer in the event of an accident.

Towing a Trailer

Third Party Cover to tow a trailer when the trailer is attached to the insured car.

Additional Upgrade Options

Depending on your own needs, you can choose to add some additional benefits to your policy for an extra charge. You can choose from:

Covers other people aged between 25 – 70 with full EU licence to drive your car.

You can have two unlimited claims in a 3 year period without losing your No Claims Discount.

This gives you access to a confidential legal advice help line and will cover your costs if you want to make a claim following a car accident. Motor Legal Protection cover is available as an optional extra on a car insurance policy at a charge of €15 per policy. It is not necessary to purchase this optional extra in order to purchase a car insurance policy.

Motor Legal Protection is underwritten by DAS Legal Expenses Insurance Company Ltd. DAS Legal Expenses Insurance Company Ltd is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules.

The standard policy excess on comprehensive policies is €300. You have the option to increase the excess to €600, which will reduce your premium or you may decrease the excess to €125, which will incur a slight additional premium. No excess applies to windscreen claims or to third party fire and theft cover.

We will pay the benefits outlined below to any insured person who is injured while in, getting into or getting out of a private car, while in, getting into or getting out of a train, bus, taxi, aircraft, boat, ship or hovercraft as a fare paying customer or as a pedestrian involving a road vehicle, train or aircraft.

For death, loss of sight in one or both eyes, or loss of one or more limbs we will pay €26,000.

We will pay €130 for each day spent as an inpatient in hospital for up to 20 day.

This cover is available as an optional extra on a Motor Insurance policy at a charge of €12 per policy. It is not necessary to purchase this optional extra in order to purchase a Car Insurance policy.

*The benefits shown above are available to both male and female drivers. 
**Discounts are available to both male and female drivers
~Based on policy count figures dated January 2018