Insurance companies pullin prices out their arse

Thread in 'Other Chat' started by Sk3rry, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. Sk3rry

    Sk3rry Member

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    Hmmm i swear there just making up random prices i got a qoute there 20mins ago on a 1.4 civc daily as a first car as i have a e36 as a trmp drift slag Basicaly i got qouted £1400 on gocompare battry died on laptop got fresh qoute all same detils and it now £5507.89 WTF Anybody know any decent first time insurance companies for nothern ireland as its just depressin seein these qoutes :cry:
     
  2. chopaholic

    chopaholic Well-Known Member

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    I have heard good things about a Company called Flux Insure or Flux Direct or something, Apparently a guy on Jon44w got Insured on a Accord Type R at 21 with 6 points and no NCB for around £900.
     
  3. Sk3rry

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    Adrian flux?

    REqouted there now and got 7750 with my dad as named driver ?
     
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    chopaholic Well-Known Member

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    co-coperative gave me really good price for a first car :)
     
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    'Sorry mr Co-op I can assure you that I was in a controlled enviroment when my revs read off the chart and my speed was illegaly high at 3am...'


    Cant see that going down well. Even if you could prove you were at santa pod drifting...im sure they will take a dim veiw

    (understand that its not for a drifty car..just an idea)

    Elephant are who I use..cheapo for now..
     
  8. kieran_e1

    kieran_e1 In need of practice

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    would i fuck do that
     
  9. Ricky Emery

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    Only 11% decrease in price as well, fuck that! lol
     
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    Daddy_D D1 street king

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    Hahaha I also thought it's Jake from two and a half men. Good one!
     
  12. Gogzy

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    id want proof of that, as a 2.0 sierra with them is 800 quid for me, with 3 points and 4 years no claims.

    i think somebody was bullshitting
     
  13. wst

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    When your car insurance is £2k+ 11% is quite a lot :p

    But I can't see them being happy with the whole thrashing the car would get when drifting. Would they pay up if the died from damage that could theoretically have been caused by drifting it... hmmm doubt it.
     
  14. Durmz

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    Get the co op insurance box thingy then when you get fucker home rip that shit out and go stash it in some grannys car and watch the cheap bills roll in haha
     
  15. chrisyboi

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    try flexi bell i got some cheap quotes with them if its standard or sky insurance if its modified.
    i got insured with sky on a civic ek with a teg type r engine in it at 18 for sumot like 1500 and thats with no years no claims.
     
  16. Sk3rry

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    Yes just the advice i needed :dw: My granny cant legaly drive nomore so theres a prime car for the moneybox :thumbs:
    But i get a sneaky feeling that theyed "bullshit" the whole time say your a boy racer and charge you lots :wack:
     
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    there is the problem:no: I have NEVER got a realistic quote from any comparison website. Ring companies direct
     
  18. steely00000

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    I need some help guys, sorry to drag up an old thread.

    So I bought a Skyline 3 months ago, and checked out insurance prices then.. I was given a price of £2300 which I thought was reasonable given my age (21).

    I go to insure it today, same details and all, 3.5 years driving, 2 years no claims, and the price comes out at £5000.

    I've tried Sky, Adrian Flux etc, all of whom said they wont quote me.

    Any pointers out there or shall I just sell up and shut up?
     
  19. CrabsterDrift

    CrabsterDrift Callum Craddy

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    The coop are fantastic! Yes im a named driver but is it worth it considering I can get the insurance on my 1.8 sierra for £120 a month and then still only £160 a month with a 2.9/24 cossie engine in? (needed too ring about the mod quote, they don't do them online).

    EDIT: Forgot too mention... Thats with me being 18 year old.
     
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