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    Hey i just wanna knw wat people are payin on average for there car insurance...cud u say wat u drive and how long uve been drivin and hu ure insured by...dnt knw if thats 2 personal...but i saw a thread on how rish u r ...so i cant b that bad...lol

    i dnt have a car YET...

    MA DREAM CAR below
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    comeback when youve got some taste :rolleyes:
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    I got a peugeot 106, 1994 model , insurance cost me £1000 when I was 17 with churchill, now I have a years no claims and its gone down to £750
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    1995 Nissan Primera Sri, 23 with two years no claims, £600.
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    2003 Vauxhall Corsa 1.0litre, 2years NCB, 22, licence 5 years, no points, £650 FC Vauxhall Insurance
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    Presumably you're asking this because you want to know how much your car insurance will cost, when you get a car.

    Go to www.confused.com and type in a few details about the type of car you want and your personal circumstances. It will give you some quotes from various insurance companies.
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    ive got a fiesta mk2 (really old) im 18 and my insurance is 593 with direct line (its probably about double 4 boys), third party fire and theft. this is my 1st year of driving
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    Im with tesco insurance, for me it cost a few hundred quid and i only passed about three months ago. I drive a peugeot 206 and it's brand new. But i'm the additional driver on the insurance though, my sister is the main driver.
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    I have a fiesta T reg 1 year licence and i years no claims. £530 a year with Quinns
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    I've got a '95 clio, passed my test 2 years ago, I was origionally on my dad's insurance, so it was in his name, with 10 years no claims, fully comp with me as a named driver and anyone over 25 to drive, that was £700 the first year, then went down to £580 the second (this year) with Swinton. Because my mum's lost her no claims after a car crash she had, her car is now going to be insured by my dad, and so I have to get my own insurance. I went onto Tesco.com and got a quote for me, fully comp for £600, which is only slightly more than what I ws paying. Don't know how that worked out :confused: Oh well, I was expecting to pay about £800/£900 for it. Appaerently though, Tesco's is really good value for new drivers.
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    get quoted a few grand usually.

    im 21, with a full clean licence. as you can imagine, i dont drive a car with that sort of extortionate costing.
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    I got quotes for about £800 from a couple of companies at eastertime. That's with less than a year's experience, in a 1989 1-litre Fiesta Mk.3 Popular, possibly in London postcode.

    As for ideal vehicles - this is it (almost. I want more doors).

    http://www.channel6.dk/Rover/pics/109RB37W.jpg
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    thankz all...i have come 2 tha conclusion that it is a bump and that i dnt need it...lol...na jkin...
 
 
 
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