E-car £1500 TPFT for an E60 at 22
That's crazy, I pay £9** on my 520d m sport, that's with sainsburys, fully comp. I'm 24.
insurance its that complex these days even insurance company's don't understand what there selling you or why it costs so much
Im 24 and bin driving for 7 yrs with my missus on as a learner n my insurance is £945 TPFT on a 323i
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I'm 21 and been driving for 3 years. I'm with Sky and pay a little over £1100 (TPFT) with the E39 523i Auto
Im with morethan im 24 3 years no claims, 1 crash, 2001 bmw E46 convertable 325ci £650 fully comp, breakdown cover anywhere in the uk, Legal cover, Wrong fuel cover, £0 excess and replacement key cover. so yeah nearly £3000 is crazy. I got my first car at the age of 21 it was a 2001 vauxhall astra sxi 5dr 1.8 16v and that was £1200 a year fully comp and all the trimmings. also i forgot to mention its just me on my insurance, no one else in my family can drive. Also one last tip apparenlty if you have a learner driver on your insurance that lowers it aswell for some reason :/
Another thing when buying insurance lad's, comprehensive is cheaper than TPFT depends on the veichle so just give it a try, I done mine today with elephant.
2004 bmw convertible 318ci - Comp.
I'm 21, 3 years no claims. £866.02
Grandad as a name driver,
Robs, family don't have to be named driver's, work colleuges or your partner.
Cheers lads, need help fly me a message.
I will help you save!
Im 25 with 2 years NCD and insure my E46 320 Ci for £600 fully comp with Admiral
It's all about your post code for example, my post code starts EX34, the higher that number the cheaper it will be as the higher that number means you're further away from a big city
Yeah mine would always go up £400 a year if i did a quote without the mrs on as a second driver so ive always kept her on and shes never driven it
Have a look on confused.com ive used them the last 4 years and mines down to £55 a month now with 3yrs ncb all decent firms id heard of with axa now was privlege before then swiftcover and admiral first one trick i applied on my 1st bmw 318ci was to take a chance and increase the excess crossing my fingers i wouldnt need to claim this was the only way i could get anything within £1600 a year i think i set the first 2 policies at £850 (might of been more) i was paying £125 per month on the 318ci then £118 second year 3rd year changed to 330 went upto £137 per month and this year £55 per month my excess is back down to £250 aswell im 28 with 3yrs ncb
Once you get 4yr ncb it allows you to protect you ncb then so that might help bring down cost no matter of your age
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