Marmalade and Cuvva Target Young Drivers

UK-based Marmalade, which is known for its sweet spot for young drivers, has announced the launch of a new product geared toward young drivers to allow them to take insurance for driving their parents’ car. One described the product as “affordable and flexible option”, adding that it also allows drivers to build up their own ‘no claims’ discount. Marmalade, launched in 2006, is known for its learner driver insurance, new driver insurance and cars for young drivers insurance:


Nowadays, it also competes with Cuvva, the three-year-old mobile-first digital broker that offers car insurance by the hour. It too offers a product for those learning to drive:


Speaking of Marmalade, thinking of Marshmallow. Think: a new UK-based insurtech brand for expats.