High-value motor insurance

Specialist cover for you and your car

Protect your pride and joy

At Wesleyan Financial Services, we understand that special cars need specialist cover. That’s why we offer high-value motor insurance exclusively for cars worth more than £60,000. As well as the cover you’d expect, you can protect the true value of your car with our agreed value cover.

  • Insure all your vehicles under one policy
  • Get a courtesy car comparable to your current vehicle
  • Choose a repairer you trust or use our established insurer network
  • For classic cars, sports cars, motorcycles and more
  • Get tailored cover from a selected panel of leading insurers

What's covered?

We understand that everyone’s needs differ, which is why you can tailor your policy to include:

Type of cover
How it works
Breakdown cover assistance
This covers UK or European cover and home start (if your car breaks down at your home).
Legal expenses
Covers the cost of legal expenses if you're involved in an accident.
Windscreen cover
Covers the cost of repairs and replacements if your windscreen is cracked, chipped or smashed.
European cover
Up to 90 days European cover as standard with an option to extend beyond 90 days.
Courtesy car
If your car is stolen or involved in an accident, you’ll get a courtesy car that’s a similar specification to your current car.
Choice of repairer
Put your car in safe hands with a repairer of your choice or choose a garage from our established insurer network.
Multi-vehicle cover
You can insure all your vehicles under one policy, including sports cars, classic cars and motorcycles. And with one policy for all your vehicles, you’ll only have one renewal date to manage.
Agreed value cover
You can agree a fixed value for your vehicle with your insurer. Usually reserved for classic cars and motorcycles, we also accept other vehicles (subject to certain qualifying criteria).

What’s not covered?

Unfortunately, high-value motor insurance can’t cover everything. You won’t be insured for:

Any wear and tear - Such as gradual deterioration from everyday use.

Any mechanical or electrical failure or breakdown - For example, an electrical failure with your brake lights and windshield wipers, or a mechanical failure like ABS malfunctions or worn brake pads.

Theft with keys - You won’t be covered if somebody steals your car while your car keys are left inside or on your vehicle. This also includes attempted theft.

Claims reported after 180 days - Legal costs won’t be covered for any claims you make 180 days after the event takes place.

Important information

Wesleyan Financial Services Limited is a broker and its insurance products are provider by a number of selected insurers.

Limits, exclusions and charges do apply. Full terms and conditions of the policy and cover, including the policy benefits and exclusions, will be contained in the Policy Wording and Policy Summary. You can get these with your quote.

Risk must be acceptable to underwriters at normal term.

Key documents