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The biggest factor seems to be mileage. I do just over 20k a year and my premium with LV is £450, but if I did 10k my premium would be more like £300.
I used to use Flux with my 205's as they're more specialist, but now I have a C2 I go main-stream. Direct line on my C2 at 10k miles was more expensive than LV with 20k as my mileage.
I normally do a quick compare the market and the go direct to the top few to see if its cheaper (plus you get a bit more play over the options), and go to the ones like direct line that arent on the comparison sites.
You can always phone for deals...I got £50 off my renewal by phoning up and telling them what others had quoted so they reduced mine to keep me as a customer.
I got a good deal with esure. They were really good with sorting out my missing year of NCB too.
I photocopied all my old docs and showed them where the last company went wrong. No problem, the NCB is now correct.
Have you tried confused.com to see what loads of others are offering?
Posted 26 March 2012 - 14:36