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How much is your insurance??

Wozski Jul 13, 2010

  1. V6Pete

    V6Pete Now running on Bentley's y'all

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    I'd rather pay a bit more cash and not smell of TCP.
     
  2. keirk

    keirk New Member

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    28yo - 2.0FSI Sportsback - Fully comp with me and the wife with 1st Quote £407.
     
  3. willmac

    willmac Member

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    :lmfao:
     
  4. S3RYE

    S3RYE Interior Next!!

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    23, S3, 0 NCB, 3 Points, £1650 fully comnp, Admiral... gonna go up though as i think i got some points coming... :3sadwalk:
     
  5. S3RYE

    S3RYE Interior Next!!

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    :lmfao:
     
  6. Ads

    Ads License to drive

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    That's f*cked up man!

    But.... :lmfao:
     
  7. Japper

    Japper Ibis S3 Fan Club

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    £310 full NCB and 0 points.....................the joys of being older
     
  8. fgaffney

    fgaffney Member

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    I've found Swiftcover.com to be the cheapest year on year for me. They gave me a good settlement figure when I wrote my old Merc off a couple of years ago and I still only pay £220 fully comp for the Audi with protected NCB.
     
  9. Stev3n

    Stev3n New Member

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    £85 a month on my A3 2.0T Quattro with directline. Am 25 with 3yrs NCB and my girlfriend (also 25) with her DR10.
    Directline have always done right by me, got the Audi at 23 with 1yrs NCB and it was £1200 for me and my dad. Only problem is they dont insure performance mods so will have to move next year when I get the remap (and my girlfriends DR10 is gone)
     
  10. edition

    edition Active Member

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    £620 for me 26 with 6 yrs protected N.C.B.

    That's on a 2005 3.2.

    Not too bad but I still feel cheated!
     
  11. mike foster

    mike foster Fossie VCDS Map User

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    I'm 65 - no points - full no claims protected bonus (70%)

    Two named drivers ( my wife and me )

    2005 2.0 TDI Sport

    £263 with Esure
     
  12. Ads

    Ads License to drive

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    (checks another thread....) :detective2:

    Just making sure!! :happy:
     
  13. mike foster

    mike foster Fossie VCDS Map User

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    Tee hee - just getting your own back eh ??

    Well spotted :laugh:
     
  14. Ads

    Ads License to drive

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    :eyebrows:
     
  15. Jay88

    Jay88 Member

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    Driving 1 year with 1 year NCB
    Clean licence
    £2250 company called fluxdirect was the cheapest by a long shot at the time.
     
  16. Lewbo

    Lewbo Well-Known Member

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    19 yrs old
    0 NCB
    3 points
    2.0 tdi s line
    £1200 with more than.
     
  17. alijames

    alijames Active Member

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    39yo
    15y ncb
    0 points in last 16years
    £196 fully comp protected with Direct Line for S3
    £98 TPFT via Carole Nash on the 'Ace

    Cheers,
     
  18. FranA3

    FranA3 events moderator Regional Rep Gold Supporter Audi A3 Team Brill Red

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    my renewal price is £424 per year on a 2004 1.6fsi sport with 4 years no claims :)
     
  19. Prices people get on here take the piss compared to mine
     
  20. Gryphon001

    Gryphon001 Active Member

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    wow... I think I have most of you beat...

    31yo

    no claims in 8+ years and fully insured I am paying about $200 CAD which comes up to about £126 per month...

    2008 2.0T Fsi Sportback btw.

    Welcome to Canada... bring your own lube...
     
  21. royjk

    royjk Member

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    £244 per year with protected claims cover-legal-drive abroad & a few other bits & pieces.
     
  22. Gee.

    Gee. The Dynasty

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    £117 a month on a 2.0 TDI (21, Birmingham, 3 yrs NCB)

    My 1.8 Corsa cost more...
     
  23. 330_2_S3

    330_2_S3 Member

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    I'm 25 1yr NCB and pay £1117 on an S3.....This is with admiral.

    I did a quote for fun to see maybe how much my renewal would be with 2YRS NCB and it went up to £2200?!!!!
     
  24. Dec

    Dec Active Member

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    19, 2004 2.0tdi 140, 2 yrs ncb, £1055 with Endsleigh.

    Mum and Dad as named drivers (dad has loads of bikes and doesnt have a car, so he either uses mine or my mums, so got a valid reason for it even though neither of them would be trusted in my car!)
     
  25. Dec

    Dec Active Member

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    Apparently premiums have gone up 20% on average due to the number of claims over the winter due to snow and ice :(

    Still seems an excessive increase though!
     
  26. PH1L

    PH1L Gievf Buckets

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    im thinking on doing another bous accelerator with admiral tis cheaper
     
  27. lincoln_dj

    lincoln_dj Active Member VCDS Map User

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    28 year old male. 4 years ncb. 0 points.
    2004 A3 3.2 V6
    £541 a year.
     
  28. 330_2_S3

    330_2_S3 Member

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    I tried again just now and its still like £2156? I rang them up before and they said it changes every month (price)

    Dunno what I am meant to do? I swear insurance is meant to get cheaper when your older not more expensive!
     
  29. Azizur_Rahman

    Azizur_Rahman Member

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    Who provides your insurance? any named drivers? This seems to be really cheap, almost too cheap as i have a fault accident and same am 18 and my insurance on a 1.6 is averaging at 5k+, you have 3 points which is seemed to increase insurance price more than fault accidents and it is cheaper? Please explain...
     
  30. paddy

    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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    It says £1200 with "more than"
     
  31. paddy

    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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    Well being an old git of 49 and 14 months i paid
    £340 on a 3.2 with 35 years no claims ( until last week) .lol luckily protected no claims. 0 points..Via Admiral
     
  32. He also asked about named drivers, that price is very low
     
  33. TomR

    TomR Member

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    Just renewed mine, £980 with Aviva.
    I'm 19 on a 2.0FSI A3.
    Some of the quotes some people pay is crazyyy :blink:
     
  34. bagey

    bagey aud you do !

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    green light insurance £427 with five years no claims protected on a 07 a3 170tdi , 29 years old , recommend them to all of you !
     
  35. matt_white88

    matt_white88 Member

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    Insurance is not really that comparable unless you live in the same area as most of it is a post code lottery
     
  36. Dazboss

    Dazboss Like A Thristy Dingo ;)

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    £730 for me 27 male with 8 yrs protected N.C.B with a A3 1.8T Quattro 2000 (group 15)

    My post code don't help. If i lived at my dads address would of been £450 :-(
     
  37. Dazboss

    Dazboss Like A Thristy Dingo ;)

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    Sorry posted this in the wrong thread mines a 8L !
     
  38. Boydie

    Boydie Boycie VCDS Map User

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    Just went with Greenlight there on the 17th July

    £672 on my S3, mods declared.
    25 with 6/7 NCB's and no points

    Was previously with Direct Line for £800 when I was 24 but they offered me a renewal of £1100 lol When I asked them why the price increase they told me it was due to the number of claims put in during last winter :S I don't know why I should suffer for other peoples mistakes!
     
  39. suthsy

    suthsy New Member

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    23yrs old
    04 Reg A3 3.2 S-Line
    4yrs NCB
    No Points
    Fully Comp
    £1192 with Sky Insurance
     
  40. 330_2_S3

    330_2_S3 Member

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    Does anyone live in inner London (not within congestion zone but outside) with a 'High risk' band post code?

    If so what company do you use?
     

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