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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 6th October 2012, 21:14 Thread Starter
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Wow privilege £150 insurance

Renewal is due on my 2009 2.2 type s gt on the 28th with esure, new quote came in at £228 so did compare the market.com and privilege came in lowest at £150 and that's with girlfriend as named driver , wow can't believe it . Never had it so cheap , that's with 13 years no claims ( thank god it was protected when I wrote off my Mitsubishi FTO 5 years ago) and il get a free meerkat
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Just had my renewal too. Also type s gt with 13 years no claims....cheapest quote so far 330!!! What's your trick lol
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Trick is hitting 40s
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Trick is hitting 40s
Ha ha. Ok. Can't say i want to rush to get there just for cheaper insurance
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Lol no I'd rather be 10 years younger and pay £ 200 more
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Renewal is due on my 2009 2.2 type s gt on the 28th with esure, new quote came in at £228 so did compare the market.com and privilege came in lowest at £150 and that's with girlfriend as named driver , wow can't believe it . Never had it so cheap , that's with 13 years no claims ( thank god it was protected when I wrote off my Mitsubishi FTO 5 years ago) and il get a free meerkat
Sweet, well done. I've for 13 years no claims and my last car was an FTO! Not up for renewal until June though so will have to see, with Admiral at the moment. Inc breakdown, no claims protection etc I am sure mine is around £600.
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Sweet, well done. I've for 13 years no claims and my last car was an FTO! Not up for renewal until June though so will have to see, with Admiral at the moment. Inc breakdown, no claims protection etc I am sure mine is around £600.
Hehe we've got good taste in cars, I loved that FTO , was gutted when I crashed it
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yeah they came in at 182 for me..... 12 years NCB and protected it. would hv been a bit less but i kept the excess at 200 no voluntary. compared to 230 renewal with e sure was a bargain
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I started a policy with Privilege last month for my Type R, premium is £172, £400 excess.
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I started a policy with Privilege last month for my Type R, premium is £172, £400 excess.
That's a good price for a type r ,
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Mine was £206.83 but I am over 40 and 11 years no claims (protected NCD). Never had a accident whilst driving since I past in 82. Although didnt stop 3 time now gits hitting my car twice where I lived at this house and once (no claim) at my old house. last claim was last year but on other drivers insurance as they did the right thing and owned up (although we did see the do it) next door but one neighbour. Other was was hit n run in 2009

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37 passed at 17 no points no claims - 500quid last January! Quoted 900 to add my fiancee!
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post #13 of 23 (permalink) Old 8th October 2012, 18:03
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£563 with zero excess fully comp 6 years protected no claims 2.2 type s gt.

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could of got for £380 with £250 excess with tesco.
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37 passed at 17 no points no claims - 500quid last January! Quoted 900 to add my fiancee!
£900 to add fiancée, that's crazy money , I never checked with privilege what it would be without girlfriend on policy but last year when I renewed with esure it actually dropped £20 when I added her
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Privilege wanted £501 for reinsuring my Mondeo so I went onto comparethemarket.com and was quoted £276 so a quick call to them followed. I told them I was leaving as I had a cheaper quote, they went through all the questions then said £501 was the best they could do and who was the company who were offering such a low quote? I replied "Privilege" to which the guy said he'll be back in 2 minutes, once he came back he told me the initial quote was an admin error and they'll sell it to me for £276! When I bought the Civic they didn't charge me any extra. My Mrs was in a smash 2 1/2 years ago where a BMW driver hit the stationary Mondeo from behind at 40 and, to their credit, Privilege were really good getting everything sorted quickly.
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wouldnt touch them with a bargepole if it was free insurance... have ongoing complaint with ombudsman as we speak .. hopeless company!!
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they went through all the questions then said £501 was the best they could do and who was the company who were offering such a low quote? I replied "Privilege" to which the guy said he'll be back in 2 minutes, once he came back he told me the initial quote was an admin error and they'll sell it to me for £276!
Says it all really. And not just for this company either.
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Quoted £339 for my renewal with Churchill. that was quite a drop from last years price of £420. Still went online though and through a well known comparison website top quote was from..........Churchill £229. Rang them up to ask them why they couldnt offer me that price in the first place, anyway all sorted im staying with Churchill for £229 which includes free car hire and legal assistance and my excess has been reduced to total of £400 (300 compulsory 100 voluntary) 3years ncb
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Wow privilege £150 insurance

Privilege also coming in cheap for me on my type r.

I'm 25 with 8 years no claims, an SP30 and it's £350 with my GF, also 25 insured.

Without the SP30 it would have been £298
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Just taken Esure quote for £162..
Think I must be a responsible adult now
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