Policyholder: What does it mean?

The person who took out the car insurance policy.

Policyholder: The long answer

In the UK, a policyholder refers to the person who holds an insurance policy for their car.

As a UK driver, you are required by law to have car insurance to protect yourself and others in case of accidents or damage.

The policyholder is the individual who purchases and owns the insurance policy, which provides coverage for their vehicle.

This policy typically includes details such as the level of coverage, premium amount, and any additional benefits or add-ons.

As a policyholder, it is important to understand the terms and conditions of your policy to ensure you are adequately protected on the roads.