car insurance quotes too high - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

car insurance quotes too high

£0.00 @
hi I am getting significantly high insurance quote at my postcode is they're anyway you can get cheaper prices at the same postcode Read More
hishaq Avatar
10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
hi I am getting significantly high insurance quote at my postcode is they're anyway you can get cheaper prices at the same postcode
hishaq Avatar
10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
Options

All Responses

(16) Jump to unreadPost an answer
Responses/page:
#1
Nope it is what it is.
#2
Chnge the address :{
#3
try quotezone. my quotes also coming 500+ surprisingly my renewal quote is only 334 but high interest around 400 if paying by dd
my postcode is most expensive in all UK
#4
did your friend manage to sort his insurance?
#5
Try adding spouse or someone at the same address with good driving record to see if it makes any difference. Also read this and see if it helps
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/car-insurance/
Good Luck.
#6
Apogee00
did your friend manage to sort his insurance?


;););)
#7
Try call to make nego
#8
phone the companies quoted on comparison sites & haggle....I did....from £1200 down to £625 all inc brkdwn etc
#9
AbuQurra786
phone the companies quoted on comparison sites & haggle....I did....from £1200 down to £625 all inc brkdwn etc
Every time I have tried this they wouldn't budge.
They don't seem to want your business when your 'high risk'
#10
Shouldn't really suggest this but I know it happens and can understand why.. you could always use a parents address? get your no claims up for a year or 2 then go legit.
#11
Apogee00
did your friend manage to sort his insurance?
no he has not the quotes are not going down even with a experienced named driver
#12
Deaa
Shouldn't really suggest this but I know it happens and can understand why.. you could always use a parents address? get your no claims up for a year or 2 then go legit.


wow
#13
Deaa
Shouldn't really suggest this but I know it happens and can understand why.. you could always use a parents address? get your no claims up for a year or 2 then go legit.

This is not good advice and is why they do a credit check as soon as you get a quote. They'll probably insure you until you make a claim.
#14
Argoj
Deaa
Shouldn't really suggest this but I know it happens and can understand why.. you could always use a parents address? get your no claims up for a year or 2 then go legit.
This is not good advice and is why they do a credit check as soon as you get a quote. They'll probably insure you until you make a claim.
I was expecting this response from most but when were talking the difference between 4k and £750 pounds the risk is worth it for a lot of people, especially when the choice is either that or don't drive.
I'm assuming like most people in this position the OP is a young driver and most likely still has a lot of post etc going to his parents address reducing the risk even further. I know if the choice for me at that age was pay 4k, don't drive or tell a lie that should make little difference in the first place then I'd tell the lie, and its a better lie than doing what most young people do and putting a parent as the main driver. Its easy to take the high ground when your not in that position.
#15
Deaa
Argoj
Deaa
Shouldn't really suggest this but I know it happens and can understand why.. you could always use a parents address? get your no claims up for a year or 2 then go legit.
This is not good advice and is why they do a credit check as soon as you get a quote. They'll probably insure you until you make a claim.
I was expecting this response from most but when were talking the difference between 4k and £750 pounds the risk is worth it for a lot of people, especially when the choice is either that or don't drive.
I'm assuming like most people in this position the OP is a young driver and most likely still has a lot of post etc going to his parents address reducing the risk even further. I know if the choice for me at that age was pay 4k, don't drive or tell a lie that should make little difference in the first place then I'd tell the lie, and its a better lie than doing what most young people do and putting a parent as the main driver. Its easy to take the high ground when your not in that position.

I'm not taking the high ground, morally I have zero objection. Feel it needed pointing out that insurance now do lots of checks (actually its software but very comprehensive) when they receive any claim. He will then have no chance of the claim going through and if they wish to pursue, will be liable for a lot of additional costs, Not to mention finding it extremely difficult to get insurance again. All it takes is someone to rear end you at the lights.

Edited By: Argoj on Aug 12, 2016 17:47
banned#16
I wouldn't lie about address but if you change your employment to another it works.
add another driver, be honest as you can and if you travel from work you will have to tell them because you won't be covered.
insurance are very tough now, apparently they share data with everyone including hmrc !!
add a black box.

Post an Answer

You don't need an account to leave a response. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!