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Swiftcover Login (Swift Space)Swiftcover was formed in 2005 and they have been owned by the AXA Group since 2007. In 2009 they celebrated their one millionth customer. It is their core car insurance product in focus here, but they do offer other options such as breakdown and home cover. Most of their business of course flows through motoring that is where their advertising push has been directed towards. The memorable ad was their £25 million “Get a Life” campaign with Iggy Pop. What has helped to distinguish this company has been their approach to operate entirely online. In doing so this has helped them to cut down on costs that has enabled them to pass on competitive quotes on to their customers.


The major price comparison sites have been a primary business source for this insurer where they have always tended to rank high in searches. AXA themselves are also listed that hands further opportunity to generate business for the Group who also underwrite for many brokers. Through comparison searches they do face a lot of competition from telematics companies like Ingenie (this is especially the case for younger driver quotes). The biggest overall competitor will naturally be the UK’s market leader. This is DLG (the Direct Line Group) who operate primarily through Direct Line as well as such brands as Churchill and Privilege. Other big market players include Admiral and Aviva.


The Swiftcover car insurance login at (known as Swift Space) is a sophisticated account management facility. This will enable you to fully manage your policy without the need to pick up a phone for assistance. Once signed up you can quickly gain access to your certificate that can then be printed. Free policy changes can also be made at the click of a button. This is a key feature when you consider that many brokers require changes by phone, at the same time with excessive fees added on top. This insurer is certainly a great choice, but if you go direct to AXA then you will benefit from phone support should you ever require it.

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