How much do you pay for your car insurance??

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kitcat17
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(Original post by Boristhethird)
last year £260 a year (i was 17)
this year (bigger engine, now 18) £215 a year
i win!
WHAT!!!!! yeah u do win... how was that even possible????
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(Original post by Boristhethird)
last year £260 a year (i was 17)
this year (bigger engine, now 18) £215 a year
i win!

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Lovely88
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(Original post by Nuffles)
That's with Footman James, who specialise in classic cars. You have to be able to put up with a classic car if you want insurance that cheap. I'm currently waiting for a day that it's not raining so I can put a new radiator in my car as there isn't much left of the old one. It also needs a new battery (with a brand new starter motor and brand new alternator, cold cranking is still c**p so last component left really is the battery), new rear differential, the horn needing fixing, the interior light needing fixing, the screenwash pump needing fixing, a reversing light installed, and an engine tune up :rolleyes: old cars are a labour of love, but I have to say recently splitting up with the ex has left me with a lot more money to spend on Aristotle
I remember trying to insure with them after my bro in law recommened them but all the drivers need to be 25!
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(Original post by kitcat17)
WHAT!!!!! yeah u do win... how was that even possible????
(Original post by LufcEllandRoad)
kinda cheating i know, but with 2 less wheels it gets a lot cheaper!

(see spoiler just below lolcat)
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(Original post by Boristhethird)
kinda cheating i know, but with 2 less wheels it gets a lot cheaper!

(see spoiler just below lolcat)

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(Original post by Lovely88)
I remember trying to insure with them after my bro in law recommened them but all the drivers need to be 25!
25 when trying to get a quote online They will happily insure an 18 year old if you call them up and actually talk to them. I had to sign up to the Morris Minors Owners Club too as a part of my insurance because I was under 25 but £30 a year gets me forum permissions so I can ask how to fix it when it breaks, and cheap insurance so it's definitely worth it.
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1.6 streetka
Just renewed it - £450
female 3 years NCB
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A few months ago, when i passed my test- mine was £1062, fully comp, with tesco.
I was 18 (nearly 19) when i took out the policy.
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£1100 for a 1.4 litre Peugeot 206.
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kitcat17
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which insurance company u with??? the cheapest i could find was with asda (£2800).. ouch!
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Im paying £1275 for my mg zr with 1 years no claims.
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£660 fully comp with AA on my 1.0l old Nissan Micra, Im 19 and have been driving less than a year.
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I cant find anything under £3000 0-0
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BabyJane
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(Original post by Serentonin)
First year: £700
Second year: £540
Third year: £320

On a 1.4 2004 corsa.
Wow thats amazing!I have a corsa too but my insurance quotes are almost £3000
which insurance company are you with?
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farhzshad
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Guys I don't know whether you're honest or what...!
But I'm currently paying 1,400 GBP/Year first driver! Last year I used to pay the same amount, this year the insurance company said as soon I be 24 the insurance would be way cheaper than what I'm paying now!
So hopefully next year I'm expecting to pay nothing more than 1,000 GBP/Year!
I'm currently insured on a Ford Focus 2004 1.6!
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i was £350 this year on a 1.2 Clio, fully comp. I've been driving 4.5 years so have 4 years new claims. I was lucky when i first passed and got my car my dad managed to put me on the farm insurance policy which cost £250 a year. Looking at some prices people have paid for insurance i realise more how lucky i was and still am! I could never afford to pay some of those prices for insurance xx
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fiat punto 1.2l
first year £720
second year £500 (switched insurance company)
both fully comp
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Fully Comprehensive, in my own name, female aged 17 for a 1.1 litre Citroen C2 (insurance group 1) cost me £1100

Out of interest, I've picked up 3 points this year, what sort of affect will that have on next years price?
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So, new driver, female 18yo, Fiat 500 1.2 litre,Insurance I'm just looking around to buy at the moment but looking at between £900-£1100 depending where I look. Ticker is giving good quotes via Confused.com, or alternatively Adrian Flux.
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17, male, 4 car household, 2015 VW Up!, £523 per year, no points.
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