We all love a life hack, don’t we? The Facebook videos that show five-minute hacks are great, but the ones you tell your mates about are the show-stopping money savers, not the trick to make your house smell nice for longer.
Arguably, the most annoying (and expensive) part of being a driver is the insurance. Although, if you had to take your test 15 times that probably wasn’t cheap either.
Anyway, some top lads and lasses have put their heads together and made an app that could change the game forever. No longer will you have to trawl price comparison sites (and the other sites that refuse to go on there). Nope, now they come to YOU and try to grab your attention with their offers.
You simply use the app to point out what different things you want your insurance to include, and then the car insurance companies put forward their own offers and start to fight against each other in front of you with ever-lower prices. All you have to do is pick the one you like.
It is about time that young people got some kind of relief when it comes to insurance. The average cost is £1,197 for a fully comprehensive policy. That’s huge.
The reason behind it is that 18 to 24s are considered the ‘riskiest’ on the road.
honcho CEO Gavin Sewell says that the technology is “cutting-edge”, and he’s not wrong.
He added: “honcho will be a great asset to the UK consumer insurance market and revolutionise the industry for drivers, in particular young motorists who face real challenges in securing a competitive deal.”
The company’s whole thing is about ‘playing hard-to-get’, and yep – we’re on board. If you fancy checking it out for yourself, download the honcho app from the app stores or head over to their website and see what they’re all about prior to their launch.
Right now honcho is also running a competition, giving away two incredible driving holidays. The first prize consists of a driving holiday in either Italy or Iceland with second prize taking you around Scotland. Head here to find out how to enter.
Part of a paid partnership with honcho.