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    (Original post by Machstang)
    If the parents dont know, get them to ask their provider about it. They should be able to give you a quote.
    Main thing to know is that you have to have someone with you who is over 21 and passed their practical test x amount of years ago (ie, a parent) to be with you at all times while driving. If you were to drive without being supervised, you are in a spot of bother.
    Okay I will ask them and their insurance provider.
    Thank you for time and help again
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    (Original post by RichardR21)
    Okay I will ask them and their insurance provider.
    Thank you for time and help again
    Have a look at Marmalade insurance. You can buy 1, 2 or 3 months insurance as a provisional licence holder and you can then drive your parents car without your parents having to change or upgrade their insurance.
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    Okay I will ask them and their insurance provider.
    Thank you for time and help again
    No bother what so ever. Give me a shout if you need any more help!
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    I had soooo many lessons that I lost track but they were only £15 per hour! But I didn't have a car to practice in. I passed 3rd time.
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    I had soooo many lessons that I lost track but they were only £15 per hour! But I didn't have a car to practice in. I passed 3rd time.
    £15?! Jesus how the hell you find one so cheap?! How many lessons / hours you have?
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    £15?! Jesus how the hell you find one so cheap?! How many lessons / hours you have?
    Someone in my village ... special rates! No idea how may hours but well over 40!
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    Someone in my village ... special rates! No idea how may hours but well over 40!
    Oh right I see and okay thanks !
 
 
 
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