Cosmetic Repair Insurance
Made Easy

Cover for scratch, dents and SMART repairs

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Cosmetic Insurance Made Easy

New cars are fantastic, but the second you take ownership scratches and minor bumps just start to appear. Rather than worrying every time you leave it in a car park, we have a product that will keep it looking brand new.

For New Cars

Most Cosmetic Repair (aka SMART Repair - Small Medium Area Repair Technology) Insurance must be purchased from a dealership with a new or nearly new car sale. This means you’ll also usually end up paying hefty margins to the sales person. By buying directly from MotorEasy we can save you a huge amount vs these prices.

For Used Cars

As we’re different to most cosmetic repair insurers, we can offer cover on vehicles not recently purchased from a dealership - even for private sales!

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Cosmetic Repair Insurance for most cars up to 5 years and 60,000 miles

Covers new & used cars - even private sales

Covers 30cm in length across multiple panels

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What’s covered by our Cosmetic Repair Insurance?

Up to 6 cosmetic repair claims per year

Cosmetic damage

Dent damage

Scuffs or scratch damage

Damage extending across multiple panels

Key vandalism

Cosmetic repair insurance for 1, 2 or 3 years

For full details of our cosmetic repair protection, feel free to take a look at our Cosmetic repair insurance document

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What can our cosmetic repair
insurance offer you?

  • Peace of mind against cosmetic damage
  • Cosmetic repairs carried out at work or home
  • Coverage across the UK

What our members say

“The appeal of MotorEasy is clear and simple. It looks after all the tedious, day-to-day aspects of car ownership, leaving you free to enjoy driving.”

Paul Hudson, Telegraph Motoring Editor