15 weeks of free car insurance + £65 cashback with aviva car insurance
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15 weeks of free car insurance + £65 cashback with aviva car insurance

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Found 29th Mar 2012
15 weeks' worth of free car insurance, plus get cash back when you purchase online.

Our 15 weeks' worth of free car insurance offer is available to new customers who buy online and have at least four years' no claim discount on their existing car insurance policy.*

You can choose comprehensive car insurance or third party fire & theft cover, plus a range of optional extras so you get the right cover at the right price. Get a quote online now and get the Aviva deal.

Car insurance from £202 - that's all 10% of our customers paid.**
Instantly access your car insurance certificate; plus view, change or renew your policy online through MyPolicy.
Named drivers who remain claim free can earn a named driver discount, to use in the future, if they take out their own Aviva motor insurance policy.***
Our uninsured driver promise**** means you won't pick up the bill for an accident that wasn't your fault.
Aviva car insurance customers can now submit a claim using our free iPhone app MyClaims.
Add breakdown cover backed by the RAC (optional). Get 10 weeks' worth of free breakdown cover available to new customers with vehicles eight years old and under^ plus £5 off when you buy online.

21 Comments

15 weeks 'free' car insurance.... Pull the other one!

Just marketing rubbish.



It's 15 weeks free coz the quote you get is astronomical!!

My quote was £680 compared to the cheapest I got being £421

Cold cold cold

Bought this 2 days ago for wifies car.

Quote was £30 cheaper than her renewal (£220 vs £250)

Then the chance of £65 Quidco too - I was happy with it....

With 8 years no claims and qualifying for the 15 weeks free my quote was £1257 - definatly not a good deal

Ive been happy with aviva,renewed for £220 and i"d had a claim though i had paid to protect my no claims.

I was cynical about this offer as last year upon renewal their rate was much higher than the Bell Insurance deal I ended up with. This year I got a quote anyway and the premium came out the cheapest at £701 instead of £935 cheapest on all the comparison sites + Cashback on Quidco. Next year it will obviously shoot up in price and I will shop around again!

Im with Aviva, proved to be at least £100 cheaper than anything else i could find on last renewal.

Banned

Arent Aviva renowned for a terrible claims service (or is that Admiral)?

its swings and roundabouts for insurance as all quotes are individual, my renewal with them this year was 40p more than last years premium, compared to some of the ludicrous quotes i had from others felt it was best to stay put this year.

Think it's Admiral :-)

btw go with the AA or their underwritter allianz and see where that ends you, currently going though insurance ombudsman about these cowboys.

Tomb

Bought this 2 days ago for wifies car.Quote was £30 cheaper than her … Bought this 2 days ago for wifies car.Quote was £30 cheaper than her renewal (£220 vs £250)Then the chance of £65 Quidco too - I was happy with it....


Did u try to get quotes with other suppliers as well? Renewal quotes are more often than not rubbish. I got a renewal quote of £1100 from admiral(Last year I paid £900). Used quidco to compare and the quote came out to be £646 after cashback with elephant.co.uk. Admiral price matched it including the cashback. This has happened 2 years in a row now.

BargainHunter108

Did u try to get quotes with other suppliers as well? Renewal quotes are … Did u try to get quotes with other suppliers as well? Renewal quotes are more often than not rubbish. I got a renewal quote of £1100 from admiral(Last year I paid £900). Used quidco to compare and the quote came out to be £646 after cashback with elephant.co.uk. Admiral price matched it including the cashback. This has happened 2 years in a row now.



Thats mad as they are the same company.

ZedEx

Thats mad as they are the same company.


I know. Also Bell is part of the their group.

i bought through these in Nov and they were the cheapest for me. cheaper than last years premium. also got TCB for £80 i think!!

It appears that you can cancel after 15 weeks for a charge of about £40, so it is not legally "free" under the Consumer Protection Regulations Schedule 1. However, you would seem to be able to get 15 weeks for £40 -- possible a good deal for high payers.
Goodness knows whether you end up on one of the insurance cartel blacklists for doing this.

Sorry this isn't a deal. I used Aviva last year because the quote I got was £20 more than the company I was with but I got £80 Quidco. As with all insurance there isn't one company that's best for everyone. SHOP AROUND for the best quote for you.

Original Poster

aviva have been the cheapest by a long shot for me, but again as someone said its up and down with insurance company's im sure they just make up prices when they want for different people!

Gave it a go £166 Comp + £65 quico hopefully
Dropped the excess down to £150 no change in price left off legal cover - £22
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