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    (Original post by Craig 1888)
    I am 17 years old and I have held a licence since the 15th march 2011 http://www.collingwoodlearners.co.uk/
    Just wondering how you've held a licence for four years when you're not even allowed to drive until your 17 =S


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    (Original post by Jackieox)
    Just wondering how you've held a licence for four years when you're not even allowed to drive until your 17 =S


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    This was posted in 2011..
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    One suggestion is to be a named driver on the car, as it'll lower your premium significantly. This however is known as fronting, which is illegal. Do so at your peril, but just saying.
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    Can anyone give me any tips on getting a cheaper quote on my FORD FIESTA ZETEC 2002 1.25.....my lowest was 2300....I have my license for a month
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    Just a word of warning to anyone reading some of the comments here. If you don't have a provisional licence then do not purchase Learners insurance. You have to send a copy of your licence and they can also check up on you using the online database MyLicence.

    If you have taken insurance with a full licence, wrong postcode etc they can cancel your insurance which means you lose your deposit, etc. and then pay higher premiums as you then have to declare that you've had insurance cancelled/declined.
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    (Original post by diveboyuk)
    Just a word of warning to anyone reading some of the comments here. If you don't have a provisional licence then do not purchase Learners insurance. You have to send a copy of your licence and they can also check up on you using the online database MyLicence.

    If you have taken insurance with a full licence, wrong postcode etc they can cancel your insurance which means you lose your deposit, etc. and then pay higher premiums as you then have to declare that you've had insurance cancelled/declined.
    This thread hasn't had a reply since 2015.

    It's worth noting that everything you just stated is plainly obvious. Why on earth would anyone get learner insurance if they weren't a learner, or provide the incorrect address details? It's all a little thing called fraud.
 
 
 
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