Driving of Other Cars
AA Standard Motor insurance policies typically do cover driving of other cars. There are terms and conditions which apply to this, so you will need to confirm that you are covered by checking your documents. You can check if you are covered by viewing your certificate of insurance, which would have been posted with your car insurance disc. Cover will be noted under section 5 ‘Vehicles and classes of vehicles the use of which is covered’ of your motor certificate. If cover is included section 5 will include a statement that reads ‘any motor car being driven, with the consent of the owner, by the insured, provided such vehicle does not belong to him/her and is not hired to him/her under a hire purchase agreement’. Terms and conditions apply to this cover, please click policy booklet here to view.
You can also check your level of cover by contacting us here.
There is no cover for driving of other cars on the AA Value Motor insurance policy.
Unlimited glass breakage is included in both Comprehensive and Third Party Fire and Theft policies on the AA Standard Motor insurance policy.
AA Value Motor insurance policies only cover unlimited glass breakage on Comprehensive cover.
All AA Car Insurance policies cover up to 60 days foreign travel (not including ROI and UK which are unlimited). If you are driving your car abroad you will need to contact us, notifying us of the dates of travel, in order to ensure you have the correct cover in place.
You will also need to take the following documents with you:
- Driving licence
- Insurance certificate and disc
Summary of Cover
To read more about the level of cover offered on AA Car Insurance policies, you can view the summary of cover here: https://www.theaa.ie/car-insurance/summary-of-aa-car-cover.aspx