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Baldbloke
Moray,
United Kingdom

Posts: 3,131
Daytona T595


icon01 Mar 2018 16:50
As per the title please. Presently with Admiral but their prices have escalated this year, and would rather try elsewhere.
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Nice n Fat
Wilts, Berks & Hants,
United Kingdom

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Bonneville (01-08)


icon01 Mar 2018 17:23
Multi vehicle as in both bikes and cars on one policy?
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Baldbloke
Moray,
United Kingdom

Posts: 3,131
Daytona T595


icon01 Mar 2018 18:43
Now done (probably)

Renewal quote @£972

Compared through Shiela's Wheels £791

Back to my present f!$%tards and revised price now in at £826.44

Why the f!$% cant they be competitive to start with?:thumbdown:

Nice n Fat:
Multi vehicle as in both bikes and cars on one policy?



No it was just the four cars. Bikes separate.
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 63,741
Tiger Explorer


icon02 Mar 2018 07:18
As I always say.

Insurance companies target certain markets, such as age, area, vehicle.
When you fall out of that bracket they become uncompetitive.
So do the old fashioned thing and look it up.
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jaguartvr
Englefield Green,
United Kingdom

Posts: 4,588
Enthusiast


icon02 Mar 2018 08:26
I won't entertain multi car policies, I have never found one that is cheaper than separate policies.
I have found that a lot of companies now will mirror your NCD onto other cars.
I have an SL350 merc which the insurance is £208, my 2.8 Z3 kit is £180 and my wife's 3.2 CLK cabrio is £220.
My Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo comes in at £210 with a 5k limited mileage policy. So all convertible/big engined cars for £800.
Another big advantage is that they all have different start dates so I can stagger the payments.

I did have my bikes with Carole Nash on a multi policy but I got fed up with them trying to pull my trousers down at each renewal, that + the £40 charge whenever you swap a bike.
I have found it much cheaper for standard policies elsewhere although the breakdown cover abroad was a nice feature of the CN policies.
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