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Founded by Ferdinand Porsche, who was previously the chief engineer at Mercedes-Benz, he began his own company in 1931. The very first Porsche ‘64 was designed based on the same platform as the VW Beetle and released in 1938. The cars’s design and upscale vibe immediately attarcted buyers. The company’s growth was impeded by the Second World War, as Porsche was forced to develop tanks instead of cars. The company bounced back in 1947, when its Grand Prix racing car made its debut. Shortly after, in 1948, Ferdinand’s son Ferry Porsche created the company’s first-ever sports car, the 356.
During the 1960s, Porsche was designing and manufacturing sports cars that were generally released at the Frankfurt International Auto Show every year. Then, in 1964, the iconic Porsche 911 was introduced. After the initial acclaim Porsche continued to expand and innovate the 911 product line and the 911 Turbo was released in 1995 was the first vehicle to ever have onboard computer diagnosis.
Porsche continues to maintain its status as a producer of high quality, supercars and racing variants.
Contact us today for your Porsche Insurance Quote.
We are an independent specialist insurance brokerage with a highly skilled team who have been insuring Aston Martin’s for over 20 years. We offer a range of supercar policies that include Agreed Value or Extended New Car Replacement and of course Porsche approved repairs. Contact us today for your Porsche Insurance Quote.
The benefits of specialist Porsche insurance generally include;
- A guaranteed value in the event your Porsche is written off or stolen and not recovered. This will pay you a minimum of the agreed value with some insurers offering extended agreed value to cover you if the vehicle has value has appreciated.
- Fully comprehensive cover on your Porsche
- Comprehensive cover whilst driving other peoples cars
- Any driver cover is available, so anyone can drive your cars comprehensively with your permission.
- A dedicated 24/7 client manager
- Immediate cover
- Discounts for limited mileage
- Use of Original Equipment Manufacturer (Porsche parts only
- Full UK & EU breakdown cover – including Home Start
- An unlimited number of foreign trips with some insurers offering no time limits.
- Premium discounts when you insure more than one vehicle
- Unlimited Glass replacement cover
- Theft/damage to a vehicle’s audio/visual equipment
- Annual or monthly payment
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Insuring a Porsche FAQs.
How much does it cost to insure a Porsche?
There is no set amount, Porsche premiums will vary depending on factors such as the driver, the location where the vehicle is kept, security measures, usage and value.
How do I reduce the cost of Porsche insurance?
Drivers who are older, drive less miles per year and have more experience of driving supercars generally attract lower premiums. Enhanced security measures such as approved trackers and immobilisers along with secure parking also reduce premiums. These measures may also be mandatory to arrange insurance.
Do I need a full No Claims Discount (NCD) to insure a supercar?
No, you can get discounts based on your driving experience, what cars you have driven and for how long.
Can I take my Porsche overseas to drive?
In most cases the cover we arrange for supercars allows for vehicles to be driven in Europe on a temporary basis such as holidays. This is know as “Green Card” Cover.
Which famous people have owned a Porsche?
Mariah Carey, Ice-T, Nicholas Cage, Miley Cyrus, Gwen Stefani, Caitlyn Jenner, Hilary Duff and Jerry Seinfeld.
How old do I need to be to insure a Porsche?
There is no set age to be insured on a Porsche, driving experience and claims history are also very important factors. It is however more difficult to insure a super car if you are younger than 25 years old.
Can I insure a supercar temporarily?
If the car is being imported to the UK for a fixed period (usually months) then yes. If it’s being imported permanently you need a VIN number (UK registration) from the DVLA before you can insure the car.
We treat all of our clients as individuals. We have time to talk, we listen and understand what you need. We are here for clients throughout the insurance process, arranging customised cover, adapting policies as things change, reviewing the market every year and supporting them with any claims. Your personal advisor is available on a direct dial.