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Ok so I got my Provisional in the post and my older brother is going to teach me to drive (10 years driving, no tickets, points or anything and he has done some advanced drivers course) and I am going to be using his car BUT he wants me to get my own insurance for the car and even for just 3rd party I am looking at paying nearly

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Try here:

[url="http://uk.carinsurance.com/"]http://uk.carinsurance.com/[/url]

http://united-kingdom-auto-insurance-quotes.insurancered.us/

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1349393794' post='595226237']
Try here:

[url="http://uk.carinsurance.com/"]http://uk.carinsurance.com/[/url]

[url="http://united-kingdom-auto-insurance-quotes.insurancered.us/"]http://united-kingdo...nsurancered.us/[/url]
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I used the first link and got a quote and the cheaper one (3rd party) was

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^ I would call up the particular Insurance companies that you are considering, and ask questions.

Ask what all coverage you get.

Your age, type of vehicle, driving record, all make a difference.

Good luck.

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I just had a thought, if I was to get my dad to add my car when I get it and my name to his insurance policy (25 years no claims) and I just pay the extra It might work out cheaper but I have no idea how to work that one out XP.

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[quote name='Fractalize' timestamp='1349393557' post='595226229']
Ok so I got my Provisional in the post and my older brother is going to teach me to drive (10 years driving, no tickets, points or anything and he has done some advanced drivers course) and I am going to be using his car BUT he wants me to get my own insurance for the car and even for just 3rd party I am looking at paying nearly

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yeah do that just give them a call

as above you cant insure a car with two policies

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[quote name='Fractalize' timestamp='1349397095' post='595226349']
I just had a thought, if I was to get my dad to add my car when I get it and my name to his insurance policy (25 years no claims) and I just pay the extra It might work out cheaper but I have no idea how to work that one out XP.
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AFAIK this is actually illegal if you're the main driver. If you get insurance in your name, and add your dad as an additional driver that might reduce the cost, but your dad insuring it with you as an 'occasional driver' even though you will drive it more is wrong.
Having my wife on my insurance reduces it quite a lot even though she hardly ever drives my car. Play around a bit with adding additional drivers and see what difference that makes.

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i don't think you can have two policies on the same car... they might actually not let you.

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I'm assuming your a male under 20, if so your screwed for insurance at your age because your a guy. You won't get cheap insurance and forget fully comp. In hundreds somewhere around

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A lot of insurance companies offer something called Black Box insurance where they place a monitoring device in your car and monitor how you drive. This is a great way to lower your insurance for first time drivers. They also review it occasionally and depending on how you drive it may be reduced further.

Have you looked into this?

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I did find what is called Learner Driver insurance which is cheap and they all say it is fine for my brother to have his own fully comp insurance for the car and if I crash while learning it wont effect his insurance but I can't do that if I am fully qualified. so yeah.

and that thing where I said add my car and my name to my dads insurance is obliviously out the window so yeah.

[quote name='dipsylalapo' timestamp='1349431792' post='595226969']
A lot of insurance companies offer something called Black Box insurance where they place a monitoring device in your car and monitor how you drive. This is a great way to lower your insurance for first time drivers. They also review it occasionally and depending on how you drive it may be reduced further.

Have you looked into this?
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I didn't even know this existed I'll have to look at this.

[quote name='Dorza' timestamp='1349431387' post='595226961']
I'm assuming your a male under 20, if so your screwed for insurance at your age because your a guy. You won't get cheap insurance and forget fully comp. In hundreds somewhere around

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You will sometimes find that 3rd party is more expensive than Fully Comp

I was 21 when i was learning only added about

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[quote name='Haggis' timestamp='1349440225' post='595227109']
You will sometimes find that 3rd party is more expensive than Fully Comp

I was 21 when i was learning only added about

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Not sure how insurance works over there, I play $161 a month for Full Coverage on 2 vehicles (with free rental vehicle if mine is in the shop) as well as $20K in Renters insurance.

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Holy crap, I would never want to drive if I lived over there... Deposits for insurance? I pay about $100 a month for my cars insurance and that is full coverage, meaning the max personal injury coverage, max car rental coverage, roadside assistance, accident coverage, gap insurance(means if I owe 26k on the car, and it is only worth 24k when it is totalled, the insurance still pays 26k), and weather insurance. Not sure what the real name for the weather insurance is but basically, since we get a lot of hail storms here, insurance will always cover it at no cost to me.

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Just wait a little, goverment is looking into insurance since they charge so much they may force them to reduce prices by a large amount.

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wow it took 'til the second page for this thread to turn into a "i pay x for my insurance" thread...

they always go the same way.

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[quote name='Fractalize' timestamp='1349441244' post='595227153']
True, although I have been looking into an IT Tech job and I kinda need a car for that as that is what I am qualified to do.

My dads insurance allows him to drive any car he likes as long as he has permission so I could talk to him about adding me to it and it should (I think?) allow the same for me as well so I could just pay him the extra that he would have to pay.
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just watch with that a lot of insurers wont allow you to drive other cars with permission until your 25, i know mine, mym parents and my sisters policies are all like this

you also cant do this to drive the car all the time if insurers know your doing this they will void your insurance in an accident

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[quote name='Fractalize' timestamp='1349439733' post='595227085'] I'm 21. I'm looking at prices for when I am fully qualified (I will also be doing the advanced courses) and their still in the thousands of pounds for 3rd party which is stupid. [/quote]

As I say, your a young male, the market [b]will [/b]stereotype you and force you to pay silly money to drive and you do need to drive. It's extremely difficult to rely on UK public transport! There is no way around it I'm afraid, at the time I was learning (about 10 years ago) my dad phoned about 30-50 insurance companies as that's how he is and the best he could have for me was

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It's usually cheaper to go onto somebody's insurance as a named driver.

Go on comparethemarket.com and do a search. I've had three good deals with results from that site now. Insured with eCar, then Admiral and now I'm moving to Hastings Direct in a few days. Two years no claims and my insurance was literally three times what it is now when I started.

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