Explain the situation a little more?
If your dad is insured as the policy holder and main driver and infact you are the main driver and your dad barely ever drive it (e.g. you commute to sixth form and use it for social reasons but your dad only drives it once a month when he has no fuel) then it is insurance fraud and 'you' wouldn't be insured.
If your dad is a named driver and you are the main driver and he only rarely drives it and you drive it all the time, that's completely fine.
Can you hear that? That sound what is it? Like a kind of flogging noise? Constantly thump thump thump.....
ITS THE SOUND OF A DEAD HORSE BEING BEATEN ONCE AGAIN! Will motoring please get an insurance sticky, just a link to confused and the words INSURANCE IS AS MUCH AS YOU CAN AFFORD BUT EXPECT TO PAY 1500 to 2500 NOW GO AWAY on it. k thx bibi.
woah sorry about the big-ness of the pic
That Mazda looks like a 4x4, needs lowering big time.
1.Im paying for the policy...which is in my dads name hence the saving is mine in reallity.
2.We told my insurers who would be driving the car mostly i.e. me, no lies involved, and they said that's fine..so what's your problem?
No, I am a driver and have a massive dislike; uninsured drivers.
The 1.3 Pushrod unit may be old, but they are extremely reliable, the only real problem with them is the tappets get noisy with age. Also this is the Valancia unit, it may well be the based on the 1.3 Kent but it has all the modern stuff like fuel injection bolted on to it. The Valancia units produce a healthy 60bhp which is fine on a small car. The Kent unit was 54bhp and was slow in the MK3 Fiestas. What really made these engines suffer was all the cat convertor stuff.
Personaly I think KA's are over priced though. A 1.25 Zetec MK4 (95-2001) Fiesta would be a much better car. The KA is basicaly an 89 Fiesta MK3.