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Re: Renewal price down (NLC)

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Re: Renewal price down (NLC)

Post by Dominic » Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:42 am

I have experienced the same - Elise down by. £70 (now with Aviva following MR Smee's post).

Also, my daily has dropped considerably; gone from an Audi A3 2.0 TDi Sport which was £340ish to insure, to a new Fiesta ST2 and it's £166 to insure for Mrs S & me, with business use for both. It's with Admiral multicar.

Seems really cheap (£166 for the ST),... I used to pay nearly that every month when I had my first Elise!.... but was a lot younger then,... and did live in Maryhill,.... with no driveway or garage.... :roll:
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