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New car and Insurance increase 18yr old

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Coming august my new claim bonus of 1yr will kick in after one successful year of not crashing my 51reg 1Litre Toyato Yaris. When I passed last year my insurance was £1500 reapectivily with Quim. T…
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Coming august my new claim bonus of 1yr will kick in after one successful year of not crashing my 51reg 1Litre Toyato Yaris. When I passed last year my insurance was £1500 reapectivily with Quim.
This year I need a slight Bigger car and engine to travel to uni. 1.2-1.4 is needed. I have been scouting around and could you guys recommend me a car under £5k. However to renew my insurance is more expensive this year than last with my no claim bonus. Im trying to get a cheaper price but as of yet I've had no success. This compare the monkey websites are quoting me £2000-3000 with a 1litre yaris. WTF would I do with a 1litre? GO RACING FOR PETE's sake
What I'm askin is what car should I get, good mpg is essential. I like Yaris's but are hard to buy private for the 2006 shape and like the bigger fiesta. Also is there any decent sites for cheap insurance for 18yr olds. I feel ripped off ATM
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Insurance has gone up in general this year I have a 7 seater Shuttle with 30 yrs no claims (full no claims never had an accident) it was £250 last year £360 this and I went to all the go compare sites
#2
Try Admiral they were good for my daughter
#3
You don't need a bigger engined car, a 1 litre will take you anywhere you want to go.
#4
Our insurance went up this year, couldnt find anywhere cheaper :(
#5
Hmm looks like im not alone, well does anybody have any car suggestions? I know 1 litre will take me anywhere but im 18 and what a bigger car.
#6
Not sure if you have been driving to long for this

http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/LearnerAndNewDrivers/NewlyQualifiedDrivers/DG_4022426

When I did this course it gave me 1/3 off insurance with specific compaines, this was many years ago now tho
#7
kidchop
Hmm looks like im not alone, well does anybody have any car suggestions? I know 1 litre will take me anywhere but im 18 and what a bigger car.


There is a big difference between " need " and " want "..(_;)

Toyota Yaris is a great car, very reliable, think carefully before changing it.
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kidchop
Hmm looks like im not alone, well does anybody have any car suggestions? I know 1 litre will take me anywhere but im 18 and what a bigger car.


There is a big difference between " need " and " want "..(_;)

Toyota Yaris is a great car, very reliable, think carefully before changing it.

Had it a year, just want a bigger engine so i can go 70MPH on motorway without getting shuck up and get to 40MPH under 20secs lol

Im thinking about a newer yaris as i do like this car alot

Edited By: kidchop on Jul 26, 2010 01:11: yeah
Edited By: kidchop on Jul 26, 2010 01:12: yeah
Edited By: kidchop on Jul 26, 2010 01:12: yeah
#9
I thought that poor old students had no dosh, I am obviously out of the loop.. :D
#10
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I thought that poor old students had no dosh, I am obviously out of the loop.. :D


ive got a job and have been saving wisely for a year and got EMA while in college
#11
Try a clio, if you get a 1.2litre "turbo", it drives like a 1.4 but is only classed as a 1.2 for insurance purposes. Reliable cars, I've had 2 and never had a problem with them.

Try direct line for insurance, I found them to be cheapest when I started driving.

But - at 18 years old and only 1 year no claims, insurance will still be very expensive. It tends to come down when you're in your 20's and have a few more years driving experience, not alot you can do about it!!
#12
civms47
Try a clio, if you get a 1.2litre "turbo", it drives like a 1.4 but is only classed as a 1.2 for insurance purposes. Reliable cars, I've had 2 and never had a problem with them.

Try direct line for insurance, I found them to be cheapest when I started driving.

But - at 18 years old and only 1 year no claims, insurance will still be very expensive. It tends to come down when you're in your 20's and have a few more years driving experience, not alot you can do about it!!


Cheers for the advice. I dont mind about expensive insurance its just that its more expensive than last year when i was born to crash, at least know i have 1yr experience and was hoping to be a little cheaper
#13
Try Aviva with one of your parents as a name driver

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