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thir13en Avatar
9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
Anyone here know any good deals?
was looking for a insurance company that gives no claim bonus to additional drive.

any chance?
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I always start here every year

http://www.moneysupermarket.com/motor/

Just put all your details in & let them do the work as it searches over 50 major insurers then you can search the ones it doesn't.

Hope you sorted

Del :thumbsup:
#2
Thanks Del,

None of the insurance stats that they will give no claim bonus to the additional driver, but i heard story that addtional drivers can get no claim bonus now.

any helps
#3
think direct line do this.
Please use quidco for this. Big savings to be made.

Also Tesco are worth a shout. Only thing is, watch how much excess you are signing upto as when I tried thru them it was pricey.

MrTT
#4
thir13en
Thanks Del,

None of the insurance stats that they will give no claim bonus to the additional driver, but i heard story that addtional drivers can get no claim bonus now.

any helps


Direct Line will give the named driver a Named Driver No Claims Bonus. This can only be used with Direct Line though and can't be taken else where.
#5
Don't like direct like, they try to force me to make me take full responsibility for a claim! Which clearly the other party faked a witness statement, so going thru a long process with the FSA about.

Well their advisor said "you have no claim bonus protected, so it don't really matter" emmm it does duh....
#6
Yes its direct line that let a named driver earn a no claims discount, but like dontfollowme says it can only be used at direct line. That is better than nothing though. Ive got 1 years no claims on my B/F's car and i havent passed my test yet. This will be handy when i do.

Do use Quidco for your purchase as they are giving you £40 cash back. If you have done a direct line quote already dont forget to clear your cookies before going through Quidco. You do want it to track.

Just also to think about Lloys TSB are giving £120 cash back through Quidco on their car insurance.
#7
i always look on [url]www.confused.com[/url]

they compare about 30+ insurers and put them in price order, you can look at the quote without actually contacting the company first.

I have used this site for about 3 yrs now when it comes to changing my insurance i have saved quite a bit.
#8
For about the last 4 years running admiral and elephant have given me the best deals even after searching moneysupermarket and confused.

[url]www.admiral.co.uk[/url]
[url]www.elephant.co.uk[/url]
#9
I'm with budget insurance, I always get at least 20 quotes whenever I renew and budget were about 50 quid cheaper than the second cheapest.

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