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Old 13-11-11, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default Insurance renewal time again

Just got my renewal premium from the Pru. 100 more than last year.

LV= charge 100 less for the same level of cover and are perched on the top of the 'Which' customer satisfaction list.

Looks like Pru are getting the boot.

I've done the usual searches with go compare and all them lot - interestingly Pru declined to quote, and using their web site with bogus details, their premium was over 700. It looks like they don't particularly want to insure drivers any more.

So, LV= it is.
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Old 13-11-11, 04:19 PM   #2
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Mine went from 600 to 1,200 with the guys i had last year for Third Party Fire & Theft , found another who could do Fully Comp for 800 , not bad considering that`s Taxi Insurance ,
when i went back to my insurance guy from last year they just said sorry we can`t compete , normally they would try but this year they just gave up .
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Mines come through too.....they actually want 600 more than last year with one less conviction and a years no claims....joke....here comes the porkies to the insurance firm...and they wonder why people are driving without insurance....i mean if you cant afford the ridiculous quotes they throwing about this year (especially in these hard times) then what do they expect....they say 'uninsured drivers are responsible for global warming and all the earth's tragedies' but then put the price so stupidly high that we have no choice......oh well sorry folks but i cant afford to have the piss taken outta me....crucify me if you like....apologies if i hit you at some point during this insurance year....
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I always do my insurance through cashback site quidco. I got 60 back this year with aviva who were giving the cheapest quote for me by far. You have to wait about 3 months for it to be paid but if it is cashback on what is already the cheapest quote you cannot lose. All the big insurers do it, just differing amounts.


For anyone that has not used it before the site retains your first 5 of cashback per year so you don't actually pay anything. It is not just insurance most high street and large internet retailers offer cashback too, even ebay give 40% of their revenue back. I have had around 750 in 17 months and not bought anything different than what I would have done.
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230.00 Fully Comp !!! but I am a lot older than you guys........
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230.00 Fully Comp !!! but I am a lot older than you guys........
You must be

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Mine was 320 fully comp as i have only claimed 1 time in nearly 30 years for stolen car and they put my insurance up although i had protected no claims because your a liability.
i dont have protected anymore since then because its Bullsh*t robbery
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230.00 Fully Comp !!! but I am a lot older than you guys........
Mine is only 500 fully comp for my 407 2.0HDI, which includes business use too, which I thought was pretty good for my age (27)

I suppose all the claims from last year's winter has put the cost up to everyone on next renewal.
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Mine is only 500 fully comp for my 407 2.0HDI, which includes business use too, which I thought was pretty good for my age (27)

I suppose all the claims from last year's winter has put the cost up to everyone on next renewal.
Mr Kent think it helps you because of where you live as well cost you more in birmingham my ex partners insurance went up 100 because of where she moved to
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Mr Kent think it helps you because of where you live as well cost you more in birmingham my ex partners insurance went up 100 because of where she moved to
Well, thats one possible cost benefit to living here..... only one though, pay through the nose for everything else
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