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Old 25-May-2013, 01:44 PM
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I wasn't singling anyone out specifically, its just the 520D is an easy target
But you are doing it right, as you can have the E30 on classic insurance. FYI, every additional Classic you add to the policy gets a 50 to 75% discount too.
Youre alright Matt, its the best of both worlds
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Old 25-May-2013, 02:25 PM
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my insurance has always been cheaper on my jap cars rather than my other cars there going to get a shock when i try insure the bmw.... its strange i was paying 1800 on my old tdi audi, 1890 on my old megane convertable, 1739 on a polo, 1460 on a 20v bz-r trueno, 1550 on my GT-Turbo .....all within a year and a half.... now im 21 with 2years ncb and still on a provissional insurance is frozen at the moment doh because in in aus
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Old 25-May-2013, 02:41 PM
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You may be in for a shock when you come back dear..shits after getting physical
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J try axa, i was with liberty for 5 years and they quoted me 560 with windscreen cover with no points or endorsements. I rang them and the reduced it to 524 but thats the best they could do. I rang around and the cheapest was with axa.

I got a quote for 410 with all glass being covered , annual millage upto 8000 miles, open drive, health insurance in result of an accident, contents cover up to the value of 400 and 30 days of European driving per year. Give them a ring an see what they can do.

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Insurance jumped 70 quid on the 318is this year with 123. On the basis of the insuranfe levy (bull) and the fact my mrs is named so all that women drivers ,equalisation malarky.

I demanded they equal last years 318 (NO shit) quote but only got it to the middle, i must have wasted 10 hours of their time this week with requptes and clarifications and managerial escalations... so feck them they would have saved that manpower by just giving me the quote i wanted. Still hundred less than nearest competitor so alls good.

Utter muppets though, zero concept of how to handle customers.

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I paid mine only last week.

454 fully comp. 1999 323 coupe. It dropped by 49 from the 525d.
loads of benefits, fully comp on other cars, break down, 2 claims in 3 years won't affect my NCB and then I have step back NCB.

I'm an old man though, I'm 32 and driving since I'm 17
Next year you can get classic ins with First Ireland.....

My 98 323 convertible was 243 comp limited to 3000 miles

I'm 40 tho
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Old 25-May-2013, 07:35 PM
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Next year you can get classic ins with First Ireland.....

My 98 323 convertible was 243 comp limited to 3000 miles

I'm 40 tho
Do you need it to be a second car with limited mileage?
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Yes.... And you need to provide proof of 'Live' no claims cover with your daily insurer. I have my e36 covered for 6k miles a year with first Ireland for 219.
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was with 123.ie for 2 years,then went to first reland this year as they were 150 cheaper.alot..
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These threads are a load of boxxll. Everyone's insurances is different. Car insurance is based on risk and a LOT of things have to be factored in before any ncd is taken into account.
Put it this way, it looks like it will be cheaper for me to insure the e90 and her to insure the m5 but would it be safer her driving it, he'll no
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