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    Roughly, how much is it insuring your first car?

    (Original post by Crbecky10)
    Roughly, how much is it insuring your first car?
    There's so many variables.
    Car/address/usage of car/age ect

    Literally cannot help.

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    Pricing range from £200 upto £20,000. Depends on your age, sex, car, third party or fully comp, your home location and the list can go on

    (Original post by Crbecky10)
    Roughly, how much is it insuring your first car?

    A) How long have you held your licence
    B) How many years no claims do you have as a named driver (if you've been insured on someone else's car up till now)
    C) How old are you?
    D) Have you done PassPlus
    E) What car is it?
    F) Do you keep it in a locked garage in a low-crime area, or out on street parking in a theft hotspot, or anything inbetween?
    G) Do you use it at peak commuting times when traffic is more dense and aggressive?
    H) Will you have a telematics device fitted?
    J) Do you have any criminal convictions related to traffic offences? (DUI, DWI, DWL etc)

    - The main variables that would help people tell you how much it is, and if you answer that, you're then best just looking on a comparison site like Confused or CompareTheMarket to see what offers you can have exactly.

    An example to go off though if, lets say, you're 19, clean record, had your full licence for a year and been driving your parents' car since then and not had a bump, you keep your new car (a 2006-2008 Ford Fiesta) in a driveway in suburbia and just use it for shopping errands/social runs: probably something in the region of £65-85 a month.
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