Saga Car Insurance is part of the London stock exchange-listed Saga PLC group, which focuses on serving the needs of those aged 50 and over. It operates both online and from several sites around the UK, and is headquartered in Folkstone, Kent. Saga says it has over one million car insurance customers.
Contact Saga Car Insurance by phone
If you would like to contact Saga Car insurance to arrange cover call 0800 068 8718 and quote reference IT601. The sales lines is open on Mondays through Fridays between 8.30AM and 8PM and at weekends between 9AM and 5PM. If you are an existing customer and want to speak to the company, you can call either 0800 056 9173 or 01843 343 245 during the same hours listed above. If you have a car insurance claim you should ring 0800 001 5424 or 01303 757 023. However, if you are abroad, the claims telephone number is +44 1303 757 023. The claims hotline is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day. If your query relates to renewing your Saga car insurance, the telephone numbers are 0800 056 9169 or 01303 773 365. Calls will be answered Mondays through Fridays from 8.30AM to 8PM, Saturdays from 8.30AM to 5PM and Sundays from 9AM to 5PM. If you need to contact Saga’s legal services department you can reach their customer service staff on 0800 656 9920 between 9AM and 6PM from Monday to Friday, and on Saturday between 9AM and 5PM.
Contact Saga Car Insurance customer service on the internet
Saga has several websites, and if you wish to Saga Car Insurance online, you should go to: www.saga.co.uk/insurance/car-insurance.aspx. The top right side of the home page has buttons offering: Get a quote; retrieve a quote; and Contact Us. There are links down the side of the page to pages explaining the details of insurance cover, additional cover options, how to make a claim, how to renew your cover and policy booklets, among others. There is also a link to its FAQs page. The web page also provides a link for those with enquiries about car breakdown cover for the over 50s. If you have a complaint, Saga asks you to complete its online form on its ‘Contact Us’ page and says the customers who still are not happy with its responses the EU Online Dispute Resolution platform or the UK Financial Ombudsman’s Service.
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