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No insurance?
Probably high excess.
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Probably high excess.
750 excess and then the loss of all no claims over ten years worth and 3 other veichles to insure make it a no go
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I'd suggest protected NCB next time!
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750 excess and then the loss of all no claims over ten years worth and 3 other veichles to insure make it a no go
This happened to me in my old car, the gits!!!

Let's hope they get theirs.
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might have that, waiting on my mum getting home to dig out the paper work, its my dads policy but am the main driver on it
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Hoping you find what you need ! It will make a big difference in this case !!
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£750 EXCESS !!!!!!!!!!!!!! bloody hell how come if you have 10 years no claims???????

A bit late but protected no claims would have been a good idea. Good luck finding the doors
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not wanting to wander off into an insurance debate (might end up splitting this thread), but:

Protected NCB is all well and good - it protects your (say) 60% discount in the event of a claim.

However, it does not stop them from raising the base price before the discount.

base price this year = £1000. 60% off = £400
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base price next year = £2000. 60% off = £800
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Split from here:
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/sale-wa...ted-doors.html

..as I was the one who got this all off in the wrong direction..



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750 EXCESS !!!!!!!!!!!!!! bloody hell how come if you have 10 years no claims???????

A bit late but protected no claims would have been a good idea. Good luck finding the doors

its my dads policy as i'm only 20 and can't afford the 2300 quote a got, but i am the main driver on the policy which makes it 800

excess is 250 voluntary but if your under 21 theres a extra which is 500 on top
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my insurance is £1400 a year for my car lol
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