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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 8:59 am 
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are there any ways to lower the premium?


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Well, the apparant normal ways are to garage the car if possible, don't use it for getting to and from work, stick a CAT1 alarm on it (although my insurance company don't actually care which is odd), and if you're a new driver do the pass plus test.

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Pass plus halved my 1st year premium, but then in the 2nd year with 1ncb the premium was the same as you cant use passplus with ncb :lol:

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d00ner wrote:
are there any ways to lower the premium?


Have a sex change! :rolleyes: :lol:

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im 22 and at the moment from adrian flux to insure a 1.4 si is £900 :x

cant wait till december though, reasons below...

- adrian flux policy ends
- ecar has quoted me £580 for when my adrian flux policy runs out :drool:
- i wonder what would of been cheaper out of the two about a year ago :lol:

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oxygenuk wrote:
im 22 and at the moment from adrian flux to insure a 1.4 si is £900 :x

cant wait till december though, reasons below...

- adrian flux policy ends
- ecar has quoted me £580 for when my adrian flux policy runs out :drool:
- i wonder what would of been cheaper out of the two about a year ago :lol:


Fook! How many no claims u got? Onslack is 22 paying the same as you are paying on your 1.4 for a 2ltr!!!

(and im paying £250 less than that! hehe)

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:lol: well i have only been driving since december, so 0 :lol:

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:lol: well i have only been driving since december, so 0 :lol:


Ah that would be it, sorry didnt realise!

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Quinn-Direct are pretty damned good for me.

£650 on 1.6Si, with a years no claims from them.

First year was much harder though, i started with a 1.1 costing £1200 :shock: which i got rid of after two month for my Si paying just an extra £135 for the rest of the policy. In my experience the 1.1 wasn't worth bothering with!

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i paid 2k for my first years insurance :rolleyes:

i was 19, had just passed and decided i wanted an Si, as it was only alittle more to insure than a 1.1 :look:

then i was to honest and declared my alloys and back box and whang bam thank you mam 2k :lol:


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Im with adrian flux 8-)

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