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Isle of Man

Isle of Wight



  • Up to 60% no-claims bonus available
  • Comprehensive, third party, fire & theft & third party only policies cover
  • Learner driver policy for provisional licence holders available
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Whether you drive an SUV, performance car or a family run-around, we are able to find you the right cover at the right price. We also insure motorcycles and commercial vehicles.

Learner driver policy for provisional drivers - please note once a full licence has been obtained, the policy will become void. We can then offer you a standard car insurance policy for drivers aged 23 years and older.

 Cherry Godfrey can help you cover all your insurance needs.
From car to life insurance. It's simple, just follow these steps



Complete our quick and easy online application form or request a call back and one of our team will contact you.



Within 24 hours, we will give you a no obligation quote.


You're Set!

Once we’ve received and processed your paperwork, we will notify you when your insurance is in place.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is legal expenses cover?

Some losses are not covered under a standard motor insurance policy such as the excess and personal injury and other uninsured losses. We offer an additional legal expenses policy which pays for legal assistance to recover these amounts if you are involved in a claim which was not your fault.

Does my no-claims-bonus expire?

Yes. If your no-claims-bonus is not used on a vehicle for two years, it will expire and you will have to start again.

I have comprehensive cover am I covered to drive any other vehicle?

You are only covered for third party legal liability to drive other vehicles which do not belong to you. Damage to the vehicle you are driving would not be covered. This cover only applies to the policyholder and not for any named drivers.

What is an excess?

This is the first amount you have to pay yourself when you make a claim for accidental damage to your car. If the claim is not your fault and the third party has admitted liability, then you should be able to reclaim the excess back from their policy.

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