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Postby DackJonnelly » Wed Jun 17, 2015 5:25 pm

Hi all!
I'm hoping someone on here will know the best people to go to for someone in my situation, my moggie is my second car but I have only been driving for about 8-9 months so my insurance will still be pretty damn high :x

I'm just looking for someone that will do the cheapest insurance for me :lol: maybe something with limited miles if cheap enough?

Cheers in advance! :D

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Re: New'ish young drivers insurance

Postby Panky » Wed Jun 17, 2015 5:31 pm

As a second car you should be able to get it on a classic policy, try RH Specialists they are usually very good offering limited mileage and full breakdown cover.
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Re: New'ish young drivers insurance

Postby MickEssex » Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:20 pm

Unfortunately RH don't insure drivers under 25 on classic policies. :roll:
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Re: New'ish young drivers insurance

Postby MickEssex » Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:22 pm

Our young drivers will probably be better answering your question Jack.
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Re: New'ish young drivers insurance

Postby qwerty165 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 8:49 pm

I can not answer for a second car, but through Footman James using the MMOC club discount. I got my insurance for £705 though that inludes £175 of optional extras so the basic policy would have been £530. Which is not bad being as I am 21, it is my only car, I do not live in the best area for cheap insurance and I not being driving on the road since passing my test (who knew painting the roof of my car would take 22 months). The policy I have is limited to 3000 miles. Hope this is of use to you.

You maybe alright with RH they would not insure me as I under 25 and the car is my main car, however being as yours is a second car they may well insure you.
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Re: New'ish young drivers insurance

Postby chrisryder » Thu Jun 18, 2015 6:24 am

FJ would be first port of call. I've had pretty high quotes from them before, but that's because I was ticking all the bad boxes (only car, high miles, commuting, etc). Your circumstances sound ideally suited to cheap insurance. Are you an mmoc member? As that will help with FJ.

Alternatively, try Adrian Flux. I used them for a few years while FJ were quoting too high, but actually back with FJ now I'm unticking some of those bad boxes!
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Re: New'ish young drivers insurance

Postby DackJonnelly » Thu Jun 18, 2015 5:49 pm

Wow cheers everyone for the replies!

I'll have a look at thoughs sites and look into which would best suit me for what I want to do with the car!

Cheers again people!

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