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Old 07-01-2006, 12:44 AM   #1
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Hi, my renewal is up in mid January for my 3 Dr Cosworth, i virtually don't use it at all & currently have it insured via the RS Owners Club/Dominion Plan etc on a 3000mile a year policy, fully comp, paying £254 a year.

Does anyone have any other suggestions for decent, not just cheap companys who may go even lower but provide as good a service, in particular in regard to valuations etc in case the worst does happen.

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£254 thats an obsolute Bargain!
How old are you?
I'm 23 and pay £1000 a year Fully Comp on my 3dr.
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Old 07-01-2006, 07:07 AM   #3
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im 30 and only just managed to get mine down to 424 on clasic insurance limited to 6k a year
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Old 07-01-2006, 10:08 AM   #4
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Virgin are pretty good.
The other ones that I've heard do godd policies for classic / show cars are Sureterm direct 0845 2020230 www.sureterm.co.uk

Heritage 0845 811 8118 www.heritage-quote.co.uk

Lynbrook also do a policy that allows you to buy backthe car if written off, insurance includes spare parts, and etra payment to allow you to find another if the car is written off, allows you also to self repair. Tel 0845 1304662

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im 30 and only just managed to get mine down to 424 on clasic insurance limited to 6k a year
Who do you insure with please also do you have any mods on your car ?

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£254 a year is a bargin you tight arse

Wish mine was that cheap

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rsoc boncaster every time for me
they may not be the cheapest but if/when you make a claim you have the peace of mind knowing there aint going to be a problem with paying out
ive got 3 rs's with them
rs500
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and in total i pay for the 3 under differant policys all fully comp agreed value limited milage ....ect
£920.00 per year
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Old 07-01-2006, 06:31 PM   #8
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Erm i', 34 with Boncaster RSOC scheme, not saying it's crap, just wondered if i could save more lol..., thats also with about 6 yr RSOC discount too.
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Old 07-01-2006, 07:24 PM   #9
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www.heritage-quote.co.uk
yes at last a decent quote fully comp 5000 miles a year 279.16 well happy but see wot they say when i tell em its gotta few mods lol
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www.heritage-quote.co.uk
yes at last a decent quote fully comp 5000 miles a year 279.16 well happy but see wot they say when i tell em its gotta few mods lol
do we know anyone who's made a caim useing heritage??
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Old 07-01-2006, 10:45 PM   #11
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hi all

heritage just quoted me 266 which i think is brilliant ill look in to it as well if anyy good ill let you know.

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sorted mate i cant believe how cheap they are
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Old 07-01-2006, 11:11 PM   #13
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mines £1100 fully comp on a saph and im 29,1yr no claims
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christ dude thats mental good thing wi clasic insurance is u dnt need to use ya no claims cos its the car there insuring
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ill be trying the classics when its up for renewal in march
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dnt blame ya mate im glad i looked into it im happy i can insure the escort and the cossie for around 500 notes
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my 92' 1.6 escort ghia costs £497 fully comp. must be moody walsall
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your jokin mate i pay 197 fully comp for my escort but ive 10 yrs bonus
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www.heritage-quote.co.uk
yes at last a decent quote fully comp 5000 miles a year 279.16 well happy but see wot they say when i tell em its gotta few mods lol
do we know anyone who's made a caim useing heritage??
i would still love to know the answer to this question before i went and used em
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Old 08-01-2006, 05:02 PM   #20
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2176!!!!! and im only 19! but only 380 on dads!
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www.heritage-quote.co.uk
yes at last a decent quote fully comp 5000 miles a year 279.16 well happy but see wot they say when i tell em its gotta few mods lol
do we know anyone who's made a caim useing heritage??
i would still love to know the answer to this question before i went and used em
well ive not heard anyone complain about them mate here or on rsoc mayb give them a ring see wot kinda things there promising???
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Old 14-01-2006, 09:52 AM   #22
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35 £810 a year and only 3k mileage but i love her
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Old 14-01-2006, 04:05 PM   #23
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at 35 mate??? thats mental
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Old 14-01-2006, 06:28 PM   #24
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Im with boncaster, and dont understand them? Dont get me wrong, they've been spot on with service and what not but I oridinally had the sapph on the insurance at around £900 (claim against me!!) no limit to milage ect... but then asked them to place a series 1 on the same policy and it drops to £650. Cracking and wouldnt change
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Old 15-01-2006, 07:53 PM   #25
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im 21 with 1 years no claims and 9 points and www.greenlightinsurance.com just quoted me £1197 TPTF for a 2wd Sapphire Cosworth also informed them it was stage 1 aswell.

They like cosworths apparently
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Old 15-01-2006, 09:30 PM   #26
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carol nash do my 3 door for 280 quid fully comp me and our lass 4000k per year,will have to change now as the car is modified to stage 3 and they wont do modified clasici belive they must be standard.
Got a quote off here for 780 fully comp??
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Just got a quick quote from heritage £264.21 Fully comp

Nearest one to that was £600 TPFT


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Old 15-01-2006, 10:13 PM   #28
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I’m with Heritage and made a claim on my old Saff last year. The accident wasn’t my fault but the Heritage team did all the chasing and was very good I even used the repairer of my choice with no argument and they were very expensive but I wanted the best
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Mine is £699 fully comp 5000 miles p.a & i'm 35 ! Seems it costs a lot more when you start upping the power,mines stage 3 with T34 etc. All mods declared, funny thing is i just had a quote from my other insurers that insure my Volvo 850R & that was for a Mitsi EVO6 £695 fully comp with no security required ,thought that was cheap for a evo6.

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Mmmmm, basically insurance is a mess, there seems no logic to it to me!
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Mmmmm, basically insurance is a mess, there seems no logic to it to me!
Spot on mate
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might sound stupid but direct line just did me a wicked deal!!
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Has anybody actually rang up heritage and got a quote as i just did one online and they quoted me 200 fc but i couldnt tell them about my 3 points and a claim, so it will go up obvioslly
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yeah i have bad thing is they dont do installments bummer when i told them it was stage 1 power it put it up 30quid wow big deal
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hi dude got mine from performance direct,£187 fully comp 5000 miles im 44 still with clean licence ,insured it as a classic car
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cheers pete ill give them a try in the week cheaper the better in my eyes lol
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Try green light there good my mat pays 1000 for his saph
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g reg 2wd saph rs500ic t4 stailess exhuast 17inch ally wheels uprated brakes & suspesion uprated everything on engine, 34years old 11 years no claims £500 adrian flux modified car insurance...
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As said many times Thats very low already, i'm 27 and pay £550 fully comp still good luck you might get it down some more
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wow you lot are so lucky tryin livin suburban manchester half them mentioned wont even entertain me?

27 years old 5 years no claims inner city manchester from £2600 down to 1650 after 100 phone calls and must be trackered with cat 1 its a god dam joke feel like not even gettin insured never claimed never had a god dam car stolen and always drove fast sport cars!!!!!!!

As for greenlight they blaintently told me they will not insure manchester post codes as with many others will not ? its not all that bad !!!!!
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