Working out your annual mileage

Do you know how many miles you’re driving per year? Now it’s easier to get it spot-on using the annual mileage table from Direct Line. Track the miles you’re covering on a typical day or week and then check the table below to find the approximate annual figure.

Another option is to use the mileage recorded on your car between MOTs as a guide. When calculating the miles you’re doing within a year always try to be accurate. Underestimating your annual mileage could invalidate your policy.

If you drive more than 50,000 miles per year then you should give us a call on 0345 246 8701.

Annual mileage conversion table

Miles you drive approximately in a typical day Miles you drive approximately in a typical week Miles you approximately drive up to in a year
3 21 2000
6 42 3000
9 63 4000
11 77 5000
14 98 6000
17 119 7000
20 140 8000
22 154 9000
25 175 10000
28 196 11000
31 217 12000
33 231 13000
36 252 14000
39 273 15000
42 294 16000
44 308 17000
47 329 18000
50 350 19000
53 371 20000
55 385 21000
61 427 23000
66 462 25000
72 504 27000
77 539 29000
88 616 33000
96 672 36000
110 770 41000
124 868 46000
137 959 50000
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Things you need to know about Over 50s life insurance:
Premiums stop after your 90th birthday but you still enjoy cover for the rest of your life. In the first year, if you die from natural causes we will refund any premiums, or if you die as a result of an accident, we will pay your cash sum. After the first year regardless of the cause of death we will pay your cash sum. Depending on how long you live, the total sum paid in premiums may be more than the cash sum payable on death. If you stop paying your premiums before the end of your policy your cover will stop 30 days after your missed premium and you won’t get anything back. This isn’t a savings or investment product and has no cash value unless a valid claim is made. Inflation will reduce the buying power of your cash sum in the future.

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