Lloyd & Whyte Caterham Insurance

Your Caterham offers so much more than the daily commute or school run. There are so many other elements for you to explore and enjoy. As a result, we’ve put together a specialist Caterham cover car insurance policy, to give you the freedom to enjoy your Caterham to its fullest.

Key benefits:

  • Specialist Caterham car insurance policy ✓
  • Developed specifically for Caterham owners 
  • Fully comprehensive insurance 
  • Underwritten by an award-winning UK insurer 
  • Optional track day cover
  • Automatic personal accident cover
  • Build-up cover available 
  • Laid up cover available 
  • Chartered Insurance Broker 


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Caterham Track Day Cover

As an optional part of our Caterham insurance policy, our track day cover can provide the protection you need while you’re enjoying the adrenaline fuelled experience of driving your Caterham car on a circuit in the UK.

What’s included in Caterham track day cover?

  • Includes 5 track days including 2 european days
  • No races/sprints but covers all major tracks in the UK
  • Cheaper than getting separate track day insurance
  • Covers up to the maximum vehicle value

Caterham track day cover is optional and includes both track days and parade laps. You’ll get a total of five track days, with two days for European tracks. All major tracks in the UK are included.

This cover offers value for money, as it works out cheaper than getting separate track day insurance each time. Plus, the maximum vehicle value is covered, giving you added peace of mind.

Caterham personal accident and medical cover

Our Caterham insurance policy covers personal accidents as well as the cost of medical expenses following an accident. Any medical treatment which is required following injury is covered by a maximum of £100 for each person in your vehicle.

The cover also includes up to a £5,000 pay out within three months of the accident date if any accidents that involve you, your spouse or civil partner, result in death, loss of a hand or foot, or loss of sight.

Payment is limited to a maximum of £5,000 under this section in any one year regardless of number of injuries and claims.