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Forces Compare is an independent search engine that specialises in comparing quotes for insurance to meet your requirement from a select group of highly reputable insurance specialists.


You Serve, We Search, You Save.

Our mission is to make sure you get the insurance you need for great coverage at great rates.

We have partnered with insurance comparison experts Quotezone allowing our users are able to access 100’s of quotes upon completing one simple form.

With the option to browse and learn more about individual policies and providers in one comprehensive platform, customers are able to make the most informed opinion on their insurance policies.

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Stop Overpaying for Military Insurance

Forces Compare was set up by an ex-soldier who realised that soldiers were significantly overpaying for basic insurance premiums.

To date, soldiers have been forced to buy insurance policies on camps or are overcharged due to their military postcode or army customer profiling.

But in many cases, soldiers will have a more stable salary and disposable income than the regular person, be in good health and used to handling heavy machinery too. So why are they paying more for their vehicle or life insurance?

Forces Compare is here to challenge that. Our price comparison site for the armed forces uses a number of alternate providers who offer much lower rates and good quality cover for those in the military and veterans too. You can compare a range of insurance and finance options through Forces Compare, from military kit insurance, pet insurance and more to unsecured, secured and guarantor loans.

We are fighting our claim for the people, and in addition to offering insurance and loans, we also offer a number of ways that customers can claim compensation for things like travel, tax rebaits, military deafness and mis-sold loans.

We are not backed by investors or venture capital, we are a passionate group of soldiers and people with a background in personal finance. We are here to help and get you the best deals for soldier insurance and finance possible.


How Much Can I Save Through Military Insurance with Forces Compare

The average customer has saved between £700 to £1,000 on basic car insurance when applying with Forces Compare.

So far, we have written over £250,000 worth of policies.

Our website is not exclusive for the armed forces and you can still access the best rates if you are a ‘civvy’ living in the general public and. With such a range of insurance products, offers and deals – anyone who wants to compare insurance with Forces Compare can access the best quotes and get the cover that they need.


How is Forces Compare Different?

Forces Compare was established to find the best finance and insurance deals for those serving in the military and veterans. We have spent years making connections and finding partners who can offer military specific policies and can offer significantly lower rates than traditional insurers.

Our price comparison site is free to use and always will be and whether you are looking for car insurance, travel insurance or personal loans, you can compare rates and get the best quotes with no obligation.

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