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Any decent insurance companies around?

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    Defratos You’re Dethpicable!!

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    Hey guys, does anyone know if there is a decent insurance company out there? I'm 22 and thinking of getting a second hand A3 1.8T Quattro. Already got a quote for £1,940.40 . can anyone give me advice?

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    im with armiral 23 an paying a grand on my a4 1.8t
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    yeah admiral quoted me £2,059.33, elephant.co.uk quoted me just a bit under £1,940.40. Plus they're both the same company. But I'm guessing they're my best shot.
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    [Jun 6, 2004]
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    Any decent insurance companies around?

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    to answer that question - no such thing!


    .............but you just have to shop like a mofo! and then a bit more! in the end I went with Admiral (who are part of the same group as elephant, mentioned earlier) and they were my best quote by quite a way with all my modds declared! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif get shopping mate! a lot of people try Adrian Flux (not sure if they're just good for modds though?)
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    Try Insure Shop 01773 530161 there ok plus they cool with mods /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/groovy.gif
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    Try Direct line and confused.com

    Cheers
    Rich.
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    Stick to internet quoting insurance companies for standard cars, from experience, Directine and Tesco's insurance seem resonable for Audi's. Adrian Flux were best for my modded S3, adding no premium on my alloys and brakes.
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    Woodster Welcome to my world...

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    Hi

    I'm with Direct Line, £700 for my S3 with the DV and alloys declared, 3 points and one crash (not my fault). It was the cheapest by far, more>than was the second. Got the quotes on-line with 10% discount and an extra 10% off for having house insurance with Direct Line.

    Looking for insurance for a TVR at the moment, I think I'll try Tescos...

    Rich
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    Try confused.com saved me £200.
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    I always found that Admiral / Elephant were the cheapest below the age of 26ish .. after that Direct Line became the cheapest /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif
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    Adrian Flux - say no more. £2k 4 me.
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