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PostSubject: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 19:05

My soon to be brother in law has just passed his driving test and being 'the one who's into cars', i've been appointed to helping him source a car and insurance. I tried a couple of comparison sites and used a reg of a previous car that I owned to get a guideline of what to expect to pay. Being an 05 1.2 clio, I expected similar quotes to what I used to get when I passed my test, around £1000-£1200. To my horror, I couldn't get a quote for him less than £2200 affraid affraid affraid . Does anyone on here have any recommendations or solutions to this as it's going to be pointless even looking for a car for him if that's what he's going to be expected to pull out for insurance. He just couldn't afford that and if I were him, would refuse on principal.
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 19:23

That's about the going rate these days for young new drivers, insurance is normally more than the car is worth, how old is he, could try one of them insurance company's that put a box in the car, this is why quite a few young drivers just go on their parents insurance untill they get a bit older
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 19:31

He's 17 atm. Going on parents insurance isnt an option as theyre on mobility and pretty sure they'd not be able to do that?
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 20:05

thats not good Shocked 
my first car was my toyota avensis 2l diesel and i payed 1251€ for a whole year
and i thought that was expansive Shocked 
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 20:10

Mine was around 1200 for a crappy 1.6 Hyundai. Lass that works for us pays around 1700 just passed test this year is 19, would hate to be a new driver. Sad
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 21:07

He's going to do the pass plus etc but dont think it'll have that much of an effect. Its stupid as he's really not a fast road driving sort of lad, he's pretty reserved and mature behind the wheel.
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 21:11

Mate give PT Insurance a try. I have just had my renewal for £575 all mods declared on my heavily modifed 450+ car. I a sure they will definitely beat £2,200

http://p-t-insurance.webs.com/
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 21:17

Marietto wrote:
Mate give PT Insurance a try. I have just had my renewal for £575 all mods declared on my heavily modifed 450+ car. I a sure they will definitely beat £2,200

http://p-t-insurance.webs.com/
but yor not 17 anymore bud, you get grandad discount lol! study
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PostSubject: Re: First Insurance   First Insurance EmptyMon 28 Oct - 21:22

Andy Kindon wrote:
Marietto wrote:
Mate give PT Insurance a try. I have just had my renewal for £575 all mods declared on my heavily modifed 450+ car. I a sure they will definitely beat £2,200

http://p-t-insurance.webs.com/
but yor not 17 anymore bud, you get grandad discount lol! study
Tw@t lol! 

I suppose and I have 19 years NCB!!!...more than his age!
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