I got a quote of £1460 which is reasonable considering the car is a 1.6 and I've only been passed a month. But when I stated I wanted to pay monthly they said the price would increase to £2290. They said it was because I would lose a "discount" said discount was never mentioned at all in the original quote, I understand that paying monthly will increase your premium, normally by about £150-£200. But not by £800. At this point my dad said he would pay the upfront £1460 and I pay him back monthly instead, problem solved, or so I thought, they then said they were increasing the premium to £1800 as he was a named driver and he had and accident, this accident was a woman driving into his car when it was parked and smashing his wing mirror off, which was covered by the other driver's insurance company, and he nor his insurance company paid for anything. Why should my premium, or his for that matter, rise because someone else can't look where they are going, this whole business has left me with a sour taste in my mouth. Has anyone else had problems with Admiral before?
Last edited by Bezaberry; 18-04-2012 at 11:26.
Have to agree, Admiral are dickheads! Lol
Last edited by eff01; 18-04-2012 at 11:39.
When someone drove into my parked car and smashed the wing mirror I made them give me cash. Not having my premiums sky high next year because some dickhead can't drive properly.
I had admiral first year of driving, and wanted to swap the car insurance. Was cheaper to pay the cancellation charge and get a refund and take it out elsewhere then it was to just change the insurance from a 98 corsa to a 52 one :/
Last edited by Serentonin; 18-04-2012 at 17:51.