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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 7:04 pm 
hi can anyone give some informatuions its reagrding my bro he just passed his test and now needs insurance on his peugeot trouble is insurance companies are coming up with stupid prices like 2000 and 4000 that was by admiral and elephant so if any of u know some decent insurance companies point them our way cheers


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 7:17 pm 
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what varient of the 106 is it...

if its somthing like the quicksilver or the GTi then most insurance will be about that price


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 7:19 pm 
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my brother was paying £1800 for a 1.4 T reg quicksilver as his first car. as moe said if its a sporty model than expect high insurance prices.

try doing a search on confused.com even tho i dont find it very good, i find phoneing the companys gets you a better deal ;)

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 7:21 pm 
moneysupermarket has been good for me... im with ladybird atm... but they only for ladies tho! :lol: If you go to ladybirds site they have some sister site... for young male drivers etc :)


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I have no answer to the question, but on a side note this dudes spelling is getting much better :xmasghey:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 10:35 pm 
:) as for model the peugeot is a 1.1 and he's 19


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:) as for model the peugeot is a 1.1 and he's 19


fcuk thats a bit high, how many points does he have, also the area come into the equation, does he live in the bronx or summit?

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 10:45 pm 
Tell him to give marker study a try :) Their my under writers on my insurance and they are quite cheap... i mean i have 4 points (CD10) 2 accidents... 1 100% none fault... one still being sorted but looks like it will go as 100% my fault. Oh and i dont have a NCB :lol: and I have fully comp insurance on my car for just under £1000 :)
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 10:52 pm 
[quote="john_d"][quote="Fezzyzetec"]:) as for model the peugeot is a 1.1 and he's 19[/quote]

fcuk thats a bit high, how many points does he have, also the area come into the equation, does he live in the bronx or summit?[/quote]
:lol: no points just passed his test and done his pass plus but that counts for nothing these days apparently that is according to the insurance companies what a rip off


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 10:57 pm 
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That is high, Im suprised, Im sure there can be cheaper quotes found, just ask lots of insurance companys.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 11:04 pm 
insurance companies we have tried so far:

Admiral £2000
Norwich Union £2100
Elephant £4000 :lol:
Hastings Direct £4200 :lol:
Churchill £1800


Gemma i will tell him to try that insurance company, and see what happens with that one and the other insurance companies he's going to try


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Look up liverpool victoria, they saved me in my first year in a similar situation.

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Have you tried quinn direct??

I'll admit at £1200 for my 1.1 fez at 18 after passing it wasn't cheap but was way less than others, plus he'll have cover on other peoples cars too with permission. Useful for when his pug falls to bits :teehheee: . Four months later i got my 1.6 Si and all they wanted was an extra £135 for the rest of the policy. Now paying £650 with all mods declared an 1 year NCB at 19 8-)

Unfortunately as a young male driver, who has just passed he will be stung. Hopefully being 19 will help him though, as i found alot so called specialist company's for young male drivers still didn't car until you reach 19.

Just the way it is i'm afraid :xmad:


Disclaimer - I'm am in no way trying to start a ford Vs france war, merely stating that quinn direct policy has been useful when my own car has been at garages

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high risk or low risk area?

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confused.com first port of call. see which companies offer the lowest and go from there.

of course there are a lot that it can't check these days.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 10:51 am 
personally i would say its a high risk area with all the boy racers round this area


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 1:33 pm 
he's had a decent quote of £1096 with Endsleigh so that is a good quote for him thought i would say just in case any more new drivers are looking for a decent quote so try Endsleigh cheers for all your help everyone


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ur bro has the same trouble as me thn, endsleigh gave me a quote for 1400 quid for my 1.4 si but try quinn direct aswell coz they r cheap 4 youngsters!!

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 2:35 pm 
tried quin direct and they wanted 1600 which is a joke for 1.1 but it is a better quote than most


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jesus christ those prices are a rip off i take it he has bought the car??? if not i would suggest looking at something different as the saxo/106 are high risk cars that a lot of young folk go for and crash i got a quote for insuring my sisters 1.1 106 when i was learning and it was cheaper for me to buy, mot, tax and insure my kia pride as it was to just get third party insurance on her car which i thought was ridiculous try addind your mum/dad onto the policy as named drivers but not the main one it reduced my insurance by a few hundred :lol: :lol:


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