Policy schedule: What does it mean?

This is part of the insurance contract and sets out details of your policy. It shows the period of insurance, car details and information about the policy excess.

Policy schedule: The long answer

In the UK, a policy schedule refers to a document that outlines the details of an insurance policy for your car. It is essentially a summary of the terms and conditions of your car insurance coverage.

The policy schedule provides important information such as the name of the insured driver, the vehicle's registration number, the policy start and end dates, the level of coverage (e.g., comprehensive or third-party), and any additional benefits or add-ons that may be included in the policy.

It also specifies the excess amount you would need to pay in the event of a claim.

As a UK driver, it is crucial to carefully review and understand your policy schedule to ensure you have the appropriate coverage for your car.