2nd car insurance options

Know a good deal ?
User avatar
campbell
Posts: 16222
Joined: Sat Mar 25, 2006 12:42 pm
Location: West Lothian
Contact:

Re: 2nd car insurance options

Post by campbell » Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:22 am

Lazydonkey wrote:
Admiral mirrored my NI claims on the primera.....but I did already have a policy with them....
Do you need insurance for a Primera?

[sorry!!]
http://www.rathmhor.com | Coaching, training, consultancy

User avatar
Lazydonkey
Posts: 5102
Joined: Sun Aug 07, 2005 6:24 pm
Location: Glasgow
Contact:

Re: 2nd car insurance options

Post by Lazydonkey » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:35 am

It's actually surprisingly expensive to insure! Annoyingly so. Must be something to do with the number of claims made by people who drive sh*t primeras :lol:
M2, Volvo and more pushbikes than strictly necessary.

....did i ever tell you about the Evora and VX220 i used to own?

User avatar
H8OAG
Posts: 2490
Joined: Thu Apr 27, 2006 4:23 pm
Location: Comrie (God's Waiting Room)

Re: 2nd car insurance options

Post by H8OAG » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:52 am

Lazydonkey wrote:It's actually surprisingly expensive to insure! Annoyingly so. Must be something to do with the number of claims made by people who drive sh*t primeras :lol:
Afghan Taxi Drivers................. :D




Image

:cheers
Younger member of Team Still Game

99 Lotus Elise 111S.....Heterosexual Spec ...S1
BMW 640D M Sport (399BHP of Dieselness)
Merida Matt 40
Ducati Scrambler
Monkey Bike with 125cc conversion
Honda 250 Race Quad
Dyson Animal - Cordless

User avatar
StiflerMR2
Posts: 1732
Joined: Wed Jul 12, 2006 12:53 pm
Location: Newcastle

Re: 2nd car insurance options

Post by StiflerMR2 » Sat Jun 16, 2012 9:38 am

So, Ithink i might have this figured out - finally!

Esure (my current insurers) can start a new policy with an intoductory offer of 3 years NCB. That policy would then just run as a seperate policy and start to build it's own NCB.

However, Esure require 5 years NCB for an Elise. To get around this I can switch my main policy (which has over 10 years NCB) from the Clio to the Elise and use the introduction offer for the Clio. Doing this means that I'd be charged a total off £480 to switch the policy to the Elise and start a new on for the Clio (the breakdown being £350 for the new Clio policy & an additional £120 on my main policy to switch from the Clio to the Lotus).

For reference REIS quoted me £850 for the Elise (obviously has the benefit of TD cover) Manning were north off £1000 and I havent had a chance to get hold of CCI yet.

Just need permission from the boss to buy the car now!

Post Reply