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    (Original post by Emma:-))
    You are talking s**t.
    Worked for me when I was a teenager. Although I was older than 17, and my first premium was far higher.

    You sound like an utterly charming human being.
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    The trick is to get a car and put the owner of the car under your parents, then insurance put the parents as the main drivers then you'll be added as named driver for 'social use' and yeah your insurance will defo be undee £1000. I got insured the day after I passed and on a 1.1l small car was £800 altogether. After my first year of driving and no accidents etc the insurance price has been dropped to £400


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    (Original post by Lord_lemon_head)
    The trick is to get a car and put the owner of the car under your parents, then insurance put the parents as the main drivers then you'll be added as named driver for 'social use' and yeah your insurance will defo be undee £1000. I got insured the day after I passed and on a 1.1l small car was £800 altogether. After my first year of driving and no accidents etc the insurance price has been dropped to £400


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    ... Which is illegal.


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    (Original post by shaymarriott)
    ... Which is illegal.


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    Haha yep😄 plus I thought you didn't get no claims through just being a named driver anyway?
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    (Original post by Kaizenberg)
    Haha yep😄 plus I thought you didn't get no claims through just being a named driver anyway?
    Some will (Admiral for example) but you can only use the no claims bonus if you inside yourself as a main driver through them. Generally no you can't!


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