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Can someone please suggest the cheapest car insurance. I have tried gocompare and confused etc but not impressed. Read More
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Can someone please suggest the cheapest car insurance. I have tried gocompare and confused etc but not impressed.
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
check tiger.co.uk
#2
There aint many that are not on the price comparison sites you have used so your probably not going to find much better.....A couple extra use the comparison site on moneysupermarket.com and comparethemarket.com and then directline and aviva dont use any comparison sites so you need to go direct to them
#3
try aviva cheapest for me
#4
tesco or swiftcover have been cheapest for me
#5
A quick tip, try dropping your voluntary excess to ZERO. Weirdly you sometimes get better quotes and lower compulsory excess :{
#6
aviva was the cheapest for me. They sent me an email by mistake offering me £50 off if I paid in full. They sometimes do 60 days free cover.
M & S can work out quite cheap depending on your age and postcode. Think its cheaper if you have products with them as well.
#7
Shengis
A quick tip, try dropping your voluntary excess to ZERO. Weirdly you sometimes get better quotes and lower compulsory excess :{


and also add older named drivers... even if they will never drive the car
#8
DAMNOME
Shengis
A quick tip, try dropping your voluntary excess to ZERO. Weirdly you sometimes get better quotes and lower compulsory excess :{



and also add older named drivers... even if they will never drive the car

I've got a strange situation on the named driver front. If I go on the wifes policy it drops the price, if she goes on mine it drops the price. How does that work? Seems to indicate we're both lower risk. In the past though adding her to mine has always increased it. I also wonder how they work these things out. Mostly she's been driving 1l cars (now got a 2l diesel) but my cars a 2.5l V6. Yeah i'm going to let her drive it..... Not. I swear insurance companies just pull the prices out of their asses.
#9
Shengis
DAMNOME
Shengis
A quick tip, try dropping your voluntary excess to ZERO. Weirdly you sometimes get better quotes and lower compulsory excess :{


and also add older named drivers... even if they will never drive the car
I've got a strange situation on the named driver front. If I go on the wifes policy it drops the price, if she goes on mine it drops the price. How does that work? Seems to indicate we're both lower risk. In the past though adding her to mine has always increased it. I also wonder how they work these things out. Mostly she's been driving 1l cars (now got a 2l diesel) but my cars a 2.5l V6. Yeah i'm going to let her drive it..... Not. I swear insurance companies just pull the prices out of their asses.



I removed my wife from mine because she never drove my car - and if she wanted too she could on her own policy anyway as it had any other vehicle cover.
My policy went up so put her straight back on..

bonkers
#10
carolynb
aviva was the cheapest for me. They sent me an email by mistake offering me £50 off if I paid in full. They sometimes do 60 days free cover.
M & S can work out quite cheap depending on your age and postcode. Think its cheaper if you have products with them as well.

Its all down to your particular circumstances / location as Aviva were the most expensive for me.

All you can do is check the price comparison sites + direct line + aviva and then take the advise of others on the thread by playing around with excesses and drivers etc
#11
i got mine yesterday and the cheapest was axa , go compare cheapest was 520 i got it for 450
#12
Don't forget to use one of the cashback sites for an extra saving.

My previous insurers wanted £300 to renew.
1. I checked the comparison sites to see who was offering the best deals,
2. Then checked those insurers to see who offered the best cashback,
3. Then got quotes direct from those insurers and deducted the cashback to find the cheapest.

I ended up paying Aviva £250 with £70 cashback due after three months.

Total premium £180 a saving of £120 for about an hours work.
#13
try https://www.quidco.com/car-insurance-comparison-quote-process gives you cashback to you rather than gocompare

But also find the lowest on the comparison websites, then approach you existing insurance provider to see if they can match it
#14
loll1es
try https://www.quidco.com/car-insurance-comparison-quote-process gives you cashback to you rather than gocompare

But also find the lowest on the comparison websites, then approach you existing insurance provider to see if they can match it


And if they can match it I ask you the following question.....

Why would you deal with a company that's just tried to con you?

If they can suddenly match it, they should have given that figure, or one near, in the first place. Too many people just say oh ok i'll renew then and this is why insurance companies get away with it. Talk with your feet and your money, they'll soon get the message if they want repeat business.
#15
And yeah i'm a bit ****ed at the moment as my renewal from Elephant (who i've been with for about 8 years) came in at £575, I got a quote with about 10 mins work of £418. Guess who lost my business. **** 'em.
#16
Hi,

Anyone know of any cheap insurance companies for a 20 year old who has had his licence for 1 Year?

Cheers
#17
ive got 5 years no claims and this year my insurance has nearly doubled!!!
ive always had third party fire and theft.. and this year its £996 to have that and fully comp £750 .. stupid!

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