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« on: 20:42, Thu 19 March 2009 »
i was looking for quotes for this year - im paying $2600 at the moment the cheapest  i got was with tescos $756 (loving that)

(chek the bottom one)

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« Reply #1 on: 20:53, Thu 19 March 2009 »
quality just goes to show who not to go to even if you had the money for that id buy a house instead with a garage and keep it locked well away

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« Reply #2 on: 21:27, Thu 19 March 2009 »
Thats brilliant, and nice to know they offer none of the handy stuff like courtesy cars, haha.

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« Reply #3 on: 21:36, Thu 19 March 2009 »
U try this crowd?
http://www.greenlightinsurance.co.uk/
They seemed pretty resonable..

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« Reply #4 on: 22:46, Thu 19 March 2009 »
try moneysupermarket mate i get good quotes of here

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« Reply #5 on: 23:02, Thu 19 March 2009 »
try hic insurance, i found they were the  cheapest by miles. also if ur a member of any owners clubs they usually give a discount
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« Reply #6 on: 06:58, Fri 20 March 2009 »
ill give em ago, nice one guys - is this the owners club or isit rtoc??? and whats the discount like, ive been thinking of subscribing to rtoc but never had the 25quid i did sign up ages ago but just never go on it
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« Reply #7 on: 09:30, Fri 20 March 2009 »
rtoc is well worth  the money in my opinion, if ur buying  lots of stuff for your car you'll save far more than joining costs
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« Reply #8 on: 09:41, Fri 20 March 2009 »
Also those online qoutes don't cover any mods usually, we had that for the wifes car last year, got a good online qoute...'any modifications?' 'yes' 'sorry we won't insure you then' ...
HIC are really good, i was with them on my GTT 600 fully comp, all mods declared. The wife was as well 500 fully comp....

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« Reply #9 on: 13:01, Fri 20 March 2009 »
114 fully comp :P i am 25 tho

becarefull when telling your a member of a club and you havent declared all your mods, cause they asked me for the wed address plus a username and member number.

cause they have teams that can come on line and see your build thread to check things out :shock: so its best to blank out your number plate in pictures and give them a fulse username like (suckmycockyoubitch) membership number-007 licence to thrill.

Insurance companys will do anything these days not to pay up :wink:

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« Reply #10 on: 16:29, Fri 20 March 2009 »
Quote from: "sonic-jdm"
give them a fulse username like (suckmycockyoubitch) membership number-007 licence to thrill.


 :lol:  :lol:
Thats hilarious.
And RTOC is well worth the 25 squids. I saved double that in one group buy  :wink:

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« Reply #11 on: 17:33, Fri 20 March 2009 »
nice, and yeh insurance people will do everything to not pay up

the people im with now are the only people that would insure me, my dad did all the rining while i was in work like, he told em about the engine rebuild, air filter and scorpion exzaust, they told me i wouldn't be able to get insured at all with an engine rebuild,

so i had to spend the saturday ringing round getting new quotes telling em, it has just been taken apart and clean (all orignial bits though) and i was gunna take the exzaust and air filter off cos i wanted it orignial and not chavalitious
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« Reply #12 on: 21:03, Fri 20 March 2009 »
I just took a quote off here that was 25 from moneysupermarket

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« Reply #13 on: 23:01, Fri 20 March 2009 »
Just paid for Insurance on my R5 to start on the 01/04/2009 (my target date to have it running) with new engine conversion and got I got it for 198.71 fully comp with Performance Direct been with them a few years now with the R5 always give me a good deal again I am 29 so getting on a bit now.

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« Reply #14 on: 21:20, Sun 22 March 2009 »
cheapest i got was tescos for $556 =)
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