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Just thought I would share this with you all -

Was on Go Compare. Typed in my details - 23yrs old, 4 yrs NCB, good postcode, Garaged, no commuting just social, no accidents or convictions.

Churchill - £669!! HOW BLOODY GOOD IS THAT

For once in my life I can pay my insurance up all in one and not have to go withe expensive monthly bills.



However....the compulsary excess is £650! So looking at the next cheapest between £800 and £900 where excess is down to £250...May be worth going with the lower excess. Depends how much of a Gambler i am I suppose. But always prepare for the "What If?"

Anyhoooo, thought I would share as im young. Also this is my 3rd year with the R. First car was a 1 litre Nissan Micra 4 years ago, that cost £1100. How I love building NCB :)
 

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That's very good buddy. My last years insurance 23 years old and 6 years NCB was £750 but I've got commuting and business use and 20,000 miles a year :rolleyes:

I'll have to give Churchill a look when I'm up for renewal in a few months ;)
 

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Another amazing quote -

Looking at the 2011 Scooby saloon STi -

Fully comp with same details - £860
 

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That's very good buddy. My last years insurance 23 years old and 6 years NCB was £750 but I've got commuting and business use and 20,000 miles a year :rolleyes:

I'll have to give Churchill a look when I'm up for renewal in a few months ;)
Bloody hell thats good :) considering the mileage and commuting!
Who is that with?
 

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Ah good stuff, i did see a quote from Privelage. Was only £100 more than Churchill so nice and competitive.
 

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Mine's £1000 for a CW, 22 years old, 2 years NCB, 2 claims in past 3 years. £150 comulsary excess, £250 volentary.

Pretty good considering :D

Claims will be over 3 years old next year so should drop fairly considerably as well :p
 

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Mine's £1000 for a CW, 22 years old, 2 years NCB, 2 claims in past 3 years. £150 comulsary excess, £250 volentary.

Pretty good considering :D

Claims will be over 3 years old next year so should drop fairly considerably as well :p
That is very very good considering :D Next year will be better still
 

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Really just comes down to where you live at the end of the day.

Thetford's well known for being pretty rough but it can't be that bad with a premium like that :D

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Me 21 with my CTS i would of owned nearly a year come renewal license 4 years 4 years NCB and priveledge want £2000
 

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I have changed my mind about Privilege and am going to say they are pants unless you're over 25 :(

I've just phoned them up to amend my policy for my mods etc... and their answer was that they will not insure anyone under 25 with modifications :facepalm: useless.

So onto confused.com and entered all my mods etc... and got a new quote of £720.00 with my girlfriend on the policy as an additional driver (it was £200 more without her on it :confused: )

Admiral was the winner if anyone is interested ;)
 

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One advantage with being old and living in the back of no where. £250 fully comp 3 NCB £250 excess 15000 plus business miles. That was with admiral
 

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Im with admiral now on my cts with some oldies on it for £900 for 10 months (car was bought during policy) next year will go down to £750-£800 admiral are good!
 

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Im with admiral now on my cts with some oldies on it for £900 for 10 months (car was bought during policy) next year will go down to £750-£800 admiral are good!
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I've been with Admiral for the past 3 years. Always been the cheapest for me.
 

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Nat you know churchill will void you for any mods don't you, same as direct line.

My renewal 23 6y ncb is looking at ~£800 in a central london postcode
 

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Nat you know churchill will void you for any mods don't you, same as direct line.

My renewal 23 6y ncb is looking at ~£800 in a central london postcode
churchill when i was 17 (1 years ncb on a bike) insane excess (car was worth £200) policy came to 1500 which was cheap when i switched to astra few months later paid 100 quid more (car was £1000)

Now 4 years driving 4 years ncb no accidents etc (touch wood) and with low risk others on my policy its over £2000 its crazy!
 

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Im 23 and paying £590 with Admiral with 4 years NCB and an excess of £500.
Adding my parents made quite a difference in lowering the price.
 
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