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Provisional Car Insurance

Ali5208 Avatar
suspended5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Looking to get provisional car insurancer for a family member.Has anyone used a provisional car insurance company before and have any recomendations?

Looking to get provisional insurance for a month to give him some experiance on the roads.

Looked at provisional marmalade so far and it all seems ok.

If any one has any information about provisional insurance i would be greatful.
Any help will be appreciated.
Ali5208 Avatar
suspended5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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are you teaching them, when my partner gave me lessons he just put me on his insurance then when i passed i had to ring and they changed it.
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tbh i dont think its worth paying for the insurance,cheaper to pay for driving lessons,will probably be 800+ depends on person and car obviously,just so you know:
you have to someone with the person at all times that has been driving for 3 years + and has no points i think,cant go on motorways and have to have l plates

maybe go on go compare,compare the market

Edited By: JACKIT99 on Mar 25, 2011 22:03
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pink-ka
are you teaching them, when my partner gave me lessons he just put me on his insurance then when i passed i had to ring and they changed it.


Yeah, but he is a 17 year old student so it would probably be substaintially high on the current insurance. He's going to take lessons with instructor after he's had a bit of experiance on the road so only need it for a month or so.
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JACKIT99
tbh i dont think its worth paying for the insurance,cheaper to pay for driving lessons,will probably be 800+ depends on person and car obviously,just so you know:
you have to someone with the person at all times that has been driving for 3 years + and has no points i think,cant go on motorways and have to have l plates


Most places are about 100 pound for a month for provisional insurance last time i checked.Then after he's used to driving around he can do the rest with an instructor.
1 Like #5
Sometimes it's better for them to be taught by an instructor because bad habit's kick in and are hard to change.
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shauneco
Sometimes it's better for them to be taught by an instructor because bad habit's kick in and are hard to change.


Yeah i agree.But i wanted to teach him general driving before he went with an instructor.100pounds would only be 5 lessons worth of driving with an instructor and i dont think he would get very far.If i can teach him how to drive , well the basics , then the intstructor can teach him all the rest.
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Thanks checked it out and got a quote for £104 for 28 days.Might go with that.
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Good luck to your family member, Drive safe.
banned 1 Like #10
if you want my opinion... i'd suggest get him to pass his theory first, then let him have some lessons with the instructor second. then you can take him driving too as he continues his lessons.

the fact he has passed his theory will mean he will know the rules first and can apply for a practical whenever he's ready

Edited By: bykergrove on Mar 25, 2011 22:28
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5208


Thanks checked it out and got a quote for £104 for 28 days.Might go with that.


we used them for a month, just to boost his confidence on the road, with me sat beside him, he was still having lessons as well, helped him immensely, he passed 1st time 2 weeks ago, & now the hunt is on for insurance that is less then £3000, I really feel for the youngsters these days !!!
all the best to him http://www.captivebredreptileforums.co.uk/images/smilies/thumbs_up_smiley.gif
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bykergrove
if you want my opinion... i'd suggest get him to pass his theory first, then let him have some lessons with the instructor second. then you can take him driving too as he continues his lessons.

the fact he has passed his theory will mean he will know the rules first and can apply for a practical whenever he's ready

Yeah theory first.But what im thinking about is the first few lessons with an instructor.The intstructor will teach him basic driving so if in that one month i can teach him the basic stuff , and get him used to driving then after the month he can go on and finish it off with the instructor.
#13
My insurance went down when I added my girlfriend with only provisional licence.
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JACKIT99
tbh i dont think its worth paying for the insurance,cheaper to pay for driving lessons,will probably be 800+ depends on person and car obviously,just so you know:
you have to someone with the person at all times that has been driving for 3 years + and has no points i think,cant go on motorways and have to have l plates

Most places are about 100 pound for a month for provisional insurance last time i checked.Then after he's used to driving around he can do the rest with an instructor.
yes i was refering to yearly insurance 800+ a year

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