Alloy Wheel Insurance

Stay polished, protect your Alloy Wheels from just £5 per month

What is Alloy Wheel Insurance?

Damaged alloy wheels detract from your car’s appearance and can reduce its resale value, potentially leading to costly penalties when you return your vehicle at the end of its lease, that’s Alloy Wheel Insurance comes in.


We’ve partnered with MotorEasy to offer you comprehensive coverage for your alloy wheels at an affordable rate.

Now you can enjoy driving without the worry of unexpected costs due to scuffs, dents, and damage from kerbing, potholes, and other road hazards.

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Why buy Alloy Wheel Insurance?

MotorEasy Alloy Wheel Insurance, safeguards up to four
repairs annually without the burden of high excess fees.
Plus, maintain your no-claims bonus with your main insurer.

What does Alloy Wheel Insurance cover?

Why we recommend MotorEasy Alloy Insurance Cover:

  • Covers cars up to 5 years old or 60,000 miles.
  • Repair damage to alloy and diamond cut wheels.
  • Up to 4 repair claims per year.
  • Repairs undertaken at your home or other convenient place.
  • Up to £150 towards replacement wheels
  • MotorEasy rated Excellent on Trustpilot

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Alloy wheel cover typically costs around £60 per annum, although the price will be more if your vehicle has large (more than 18-inch) or expensive rims, such as diamond-cut or split rims.

While most insurance companies will cover damaged alloys, their “excess” claims fees are often equivalent to the cost of a repair. What’s more when you claim through your main insurer, you might lose your no claims bonus and you could see future insurance premiums increase.

Alloy insurance is designed to provide a more cost-effective way to cover the cost of repairs. A good policy will require a modest monthly premium that will work out less than paying an “excess fee” on a damage claim through a main insurer. Furthermore, you’ll get to keep your main insurer’s no claims bonus intact and future increases to your annual insurance premium will be less at risk.