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jazzyman123
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I’ve just passed my driving test and I’ve been looking at insurance but I don’t want to get a black box insurance as I’ll be going to uni in September and my dad will be the one driving it the most when I’m gone.

So should I get temporary insurance or should I put my dads name as the first name on the insurance and mine as the second or is there something else?
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Could you put your dad as main driver and yourself as a named driver? Be wary of fronting, you could get into trouble so be careful
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Also be sure to check properly between different insurance firms as not all of them are on comparison website. Insurance for me through go compare would be 2200 but direct line is 2100
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(Original post by jazzyman123)
I’ve just passed my driving test and I’ve been looking at insurance but I don’t want to get a black box insurance as I’ll be going to uni in September and my dad will be the one driving it the most when I’m gone.

So should I get temporary insurance or should I put my dads name as the first name on the insurance and mine as the second or is there something else?
Over the 12 month period, how many months will you be driving it?
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Over the 12 month period, how many months will you be driving it?
I’ll only be driving it august and September and then I’m off to uni and I won’t need a car there and tbh It would be difficult to keep a car there
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(Original post by jazzyman123)
I’ll only be driving it august and September and then I’m off to uni and I won’t need a car there and tbh It would be difficult to keep a car there
That doesn't answer my question.

Christmas? Easter? Summer?

Add up the number of months.
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Get some advice from a good insurance broker. I use A Plan and they have been excellent.
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(Original post by IWMTom)
That doesn't answer my question.

Christmas? Easter? Summer?

Add up the number of months.
Aye it does? 2?
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That doesn't answer my question.

Christmas? Easter? Summer?

Add up the number of months.
4 months
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