(Original post by Hustler-1337)
The colour of the car can affect premiums? Can anyone confirm this?
Whenever you ask for a quote, the insurer doesn't ask for the colour of the vehicle. Are they getting that information from the vehicle registration?
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oh it may be different now, I just checked my car insurance and it is not listed.
about 5+ years ago an insurance company said that silver cars are slight more to insurance, since they are stolen more often then say red cars. so im not sure if they still go off the colour.
after looking on google, apparently it have never effected car insurance since the do not even look at what colour it is.
Last edited by kumori; 20-07-2012 at 18:52.
How? I believe you, but surely just holding a license but not actually driving doesn't make you a better or safer driver at all
(Original post by Phantom Shadow)
Age will help premiums a bit, but the main facter (at least for me) is how long i've had my license.
Forgot to put 2 in for no. of years had license in a recent quote and it was about £3500, put in i had 2 years on my license (no NCB) and it changed to £907. NCB will help but having held your license for longer seems to help the most.
Last edited by james1211; 22-07-2012 at 01:44.