They could ask neighbours: "Do you normally see a blue Ford Fiesta parked here?"
Insurance assessor "Really, are you sure?
Neighbour "I have not seen a blue Ford Fiesta here for a long time, it was here a few months ago, stayed a few weeks then have not seen it since"
Insurance assossor "Interesting"
Net result, they could void your insurance and not pay out. I don't think people realise how much of a bugger insurance companies are, they will do anything to save a penny! Finding out you falsified some piece of information will just mean they try and find out what else you have falsified.
Its a false economy to be economical with the truth with insurance companies...
Mine went down from £1500 to £900 when i just renwed at the start of February.
Got my first years no claims though, so that would of helped to.
With what insurance? I'll be 21 the day before I renew my insurance, hopefully I'll have my years no claims bonus
How the hell can people bring themselves to hand over 4 digit money just for insurance? I just could not hand over so much money for something that I dont directly benefit from. I would rather not drive at all. Even taking the risk of driving without insurance would probably work out better than some of these silly quotes.
Currently 20, 21 at the end of March. Bought a 1.1 Pug 206 last Feb (2017) under 'self employed plasterer' and for fully comp with Hastings (without telematics) it cost me £2,100... Had to sell after 6 weeks because I changed firms and had to take 3 weeks off, couldn't afford to keep it going, got my deposit back from them anyway they were great. Just a year on, I am getting quotes for £1,400 without telematics on a 1.4 206 just because 1. I've held my DL longer, 2. I've stated I've held insurance before and 3. I'm older, edited my d.o.b out of interest by a month or two and the price shot down as soon as I was 21. As soon as I turn 21 next month I will be buying another 206 and getting insured. The price drop in 1 year is crazy. Hope this helps!