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Car Insurance Help!!!!

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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
Im with lloydstsb and its up for renewal in january. i pay monthly etc as this is better for me. Does anyone know any other companies that let you do this and are cheap? maybe cashback etc??? thanks
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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#1
try [url]www.esure.com[/url] and [url]www.morethan.com[/url]

most competitive and get quote online im sure it will beat lloyds all hands down
#2
thanks will try them now
#3
admiral are always the cheapest for me, give them a try.
#4
i used to get a great deal with Quinn Direct but switched to Directline because Quidco were doing a £100 cash back on car insurance.
#5
Try One Call insurance in Doncaster 0800 655 6102 / 0871 2828888, I have phoned the whole of the yellow pages to get the cheapest quote and they where the cheapest, my quote was £300 for fully comprehensive, 6 years protected NCB, if you get a cheaper quote they will probably beat it, they are doing a deal where you pay for the first years breakdown, anywhere UK recovery and home start for £55 and you get the second year breakdown free. Ive used it three times myself and they send out local recovery agents so the longest Ive waited for recovery is 20 mins.
#6
Have you tried putting your details into confused.com to get a price comparison? If you do this and find the 3 or 4 cheapest then go to Quidco and see if any of those 3 or 4 give cash back, I'm sure you'll come up with a good deal.
I saved my mum over £100 on her renewal this year, then got £35 cash back from Quidco.
I saved £13 on my own and got £27 cash back from Quidco.
Also check Tesco car insurance as they are not one of the ones covered by confused.com.
Good luck.
#7
[url]www.swiftcover.com[/url] we've got insurance with them, they seem to be good.
banned#8
Work for Tesco for a year get the staff discount card, apply for their insurance and benefit from 10% discount and 0% APR when you pay monthly and no deposit for life. Been 6years since I left Tesco and still benefiting :)

Have checked with other companies, though it shows I save money with M&S on confused.com they don't include the APR that I would pay by doing monthly payments.
banned#9
reduce your insurance by having third party only. This took my insurance down by a further 30% over TPF&T. Depends where you live mind ;) Car theft is unheard of where I live (shoreham-by-sea).
#10
Definitely get some more quotes and check Quidco... while you're doing it, bear in mind the APR on monthly installments - Lloyds are 0%, which is unusual - sometimes a slightly cheaper quote can turn out more expensive by the time you've added 27% APR on the installments!

Websites should make this clear, and comparison sites like confused.com will display the monthly costs alongside the annual ones.
banned#11
csiman
reduce your insurance by having third party only. This took my insurance down by a further 30% over TPF&T. Depends where you live mind ;) Car theft is unheard of where I live (shoreham-by-sea).


Would you third party a £10,000 car? ;-) honestly?

If your car gets wrecked and no one stops it comes out of your wallet.
#12
big_anth
admiral are always the cheapest for me, give them a try.


Same here, been with them for three years (had one year with Arnold Clark for convenience, never again) and they're always quite a bit cheaper. Their customer services have always been good on the phone as well which comes as a surprise as I'd expect this to be an area they were cutting corners on.

John
#13
Was with Quinn - and they are cheap - but read the policy first. They do exclude items you would expect with normal insurance such as Windscreen cover.

I know paying monthly is easiest for you, but you really would save even more paying it all off in one go. High APRs by paying monthly could probably make it better paying it on a loan or credit card rather than an insurance companies premium for the monthly payments.

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