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diabeticguy Avatar
8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I have purchasd the Porsche and take delivery in June.

I currently have maximum no claims on my current car - Freelander; to insure the new car do I just change the details with the insurance company.

What if I wanted to insure both cars at the same time?
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
think you can get insured for 2 cars at the same time..dunno if it depends on if you have other named drivers..... we were gonna do it but one of our cars is rally prepared so they wouldn't.

Ask yer current provider.

BTW try quidco - I have got £75 cash back on two of our cars this year plus saved about £200/year over the 2
#2
we insured both our cars at the same time through norwich union
#3
Quidco is a must....
#4
How can I use Quidco?

I have to stay with Morethan because I made a claim recently because of vandalism; therefore, although, my premiums won't go up all the time I am with More... I would have to declare a claim to another insurer.
banned#5
try compare.com - The saving & quidco might just balance in your favour allowing you to leave more than or at least you can quote a better figure to more than when you ring them ...worth a try
#6
You can insure both, but on the second you start with 0 No Claims again, unless you can go with someone like Direct Line who often do deals where they will match your No Claims to your second policy. Also try Churchill as they are owned by the same as Direct Line but seem to be a good deal cheaper.
Obviously it's better to insure your higher value car on the full No Claims policy, so you'd probably be better swapping cars on your current policy, then re-insuring your Freeloader.
#7
bless why worry about quidco whe you can afford a £100,000 porshe :)
#8
Daytrader
bless why worry about quidco whe you can afford a £100,000 porshe :)


£12000.00 Porsche.
#9
diabeticguy
£12000.00 Porsche.


is that all it cost :whistling:
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#11
diabeticguy
£12000.00 Porsche.


ah when you said you was takeing delivery in june i thought it was a new porsche :thumbsup:
#12
Daytrader;2140946
ah when you said you was takeing delivery in june i thought it was a new porsche :thumbsup:

lol if he was buying a new porsche he wouldn't be on this site in the first place, he'll be on expensiveukdeals

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