Who are you with?
Are they cheap?
I'm thinking of going with high performance, they're the cheapest quote I got thru ringing people up, even cheaper than all confused.com quotes one which was ridiculously high, almost £5,000 for a £1,500 car third party fire & theft.
So far got a difference of £1418 between my highest and lowest phone quote.
Try CIS, CoOperative Insurance, they were really cheap (well compared to everyone else) for my Nova. Or you could try Endsleigh if you are a student.
Tescos and Churchill were cheapest for me (a couple of quid difference in price).
Confused is always expensive so dont bother wasting time with them.
Sainsbury's Bank, Tesco, Direct line, Churchill there's loads
But what the hell car is this?
I'm on as another driver on my mums insurance, can't remember the exact figures, but she is with RAC at the moment which is about £1000 a year for me. We got a quote from direct line for when we renew it and its about £500 for me with them. Although, the excess with direct line is alot higher (£500 compared to £350 with the RAC.)
The NFU rule, but if you're a new driver or nobody else in your family has an existing policy with them, then forget it as they won't cover you. When they do agree to cover you though, they're by far the cheapest.
I went with Tesco in the end - about £400 cheaper than anyone else.
try elephant as they are really good. the other trick is to puit your mother on your insurance as a named driver as it brings the cost down. I am 25 and my mother is still on my insurance even though she has never driven my car. drops it by about 10%.
Hmmm, maybe. I'll have to look at NFU again then when renewal time comes around.
Think i'll be goin with Norwich Union. So much money to insure. ahhhhhhhhh
Im with Admiral, i think its £750 fully comp and im on a provisional license, they give you 10% discount if i agreed to swap my parents over when theirs was due.
NU or CIS i'd reccomend.
im with prudential, 350 tpft for my fiesta. i hav 1yr NCB
The named driver thing is not strictly legal though. If the insurance company find out that it is you are the main driver for that car and not the policy holder they will void your insurance.
They have people who's job it is is just to catch people out on that, rememember the insurance company will do anything they can do avoid a pay out, especialy if injury claims are submitted.