How to get AXA’s MultiCar Insurance

If there’s already a car insured at your home with AXA, it’s easy to get 15% off with our MultiCar Insurance, just follow these steps:

  1. Get a new car insurance quote direct from AXA.
  2. When asked if another car at your home address is already insured with AXA, answer “Yes” and let us know the car’s number plate.
  3. Complete the quote and you’ll get 15% off each car.1

What do I get with AXA MultiCar Insurance?

If we already insure a car at your home, you can get a 15% discount for other cars registered to the same address. Each policy will have its own renewal date and policy documents; this helps keep things simple, so you don't need to worry about sharing the same certificate or renewal dates.

Also, AXA Plus Comprehensive Car Insurance includes exciting new features such as our uninsured driver promise2, 90-day European cover, wrong fuel cover3 and child car seat cover. See policy wording for full details.

Policy terms, conditions, exclusions, limitations and eligibility criteria apply.

Who is AXA’s MultiCar Insurance for?

AXA’s MultiCar Insurance is perfect for anyone who has more than one car at home. From families and couples to housemates, our MultiCar Insurance is designed to help you. Each person will get a 15% discount on their car insurance price.

But it’s not all about saving money. To make it easy to manage your car insurance, each policyholder will have their own online account and policy documents.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1 MultiCar discount of 15% is only available when insuring cars registered at the same address as a car already insured by AXA. Discount does not apply to optional extras. Offer applies to new policies only, valid for the first year of cover. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.

2 You will need to provide the make, model and registration number of the other car in the event of a claim. Applies when you are not to blame.

3 For petrol and diesel misfuelling within the UK.