Car insurance as it should be, for Ireland

Buying car insurance should be simple and fair. We believe this is insurance as it should be.

policy discounts

Get our best quote online

We’re now giving up to 2 months free car insurance if you get a quote and buy your policy online. The discount will be applied automatically when you get your quote, and you can be covered instantly. It couldn’t be simpler. Terms and conditions apply.

With our quick and easy online quote system, a typical car insurance quote takes only 2 minutes.

named driver discount

Named driver discount

If this is your first car insurance policy in your own name, you may get a discount if you’ve been a named driver on someone else’s policy and had no claims. Terms and conditions apply.

All you need to do is provide a letter from your current insurance company as proof of your driving experience, confirming no claims and dates you were named on the policy. It’s a perfect start for those taking out their first policy.

Also includes:

  • Breakdown assistance with homestart
  • Windscreen cover
  • Car hire after theft
Free Car Breakdown Cover Available

Breakdown assistance with homestart

For those days when your car won't start at home or breaks down at the side of the road, your Liberty Insurance car policy has you covered. Find out more.

Car Insurance Windscreen Cover

Windscreen cover

A comprehensive car insurance policy just wouldn’t be complete without windscreen cover that doesn’t affect your no claims discount.

Standard on fully comprehensive car policies, optional for third party, fire and theft. Terms and conditions apply

Courtesy Car After Accident

Car hire after theft

If your car is stolen and you don't have it back within 24 hours, we will provide a hire car until it is recovered, up to a max of five days. This benefit applies to comprehensive car insurance only and does not apply to vehicles used for public or private hire. Terms and conditions apply.

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