List of cars with insurance group 1. They probably won’t set his world on fire, but that’s the point. Less likely to be showing off, less like likely to hit someone in a 50 grand Merc etc.
i doubt we’ll see our 80 quid from the reviews but hey ho, as long as they cant steal from our account…the fkers can threaten me with court action all they want but they’re up court themselves apparently, i might join a group action if i have no joy. I drive a 2005 Ford F-150 with a 4.6 liter V8 engine and pay $216 a month. 2 total loss collisions and a minor sideswipe within the last couple years, all my fault, oh, and I’m a 19 year old male. After reading through all the other stuff in here, I feel pretty good about my monthly bill considering my record hahaha.
I drive a small old 1.1 litre car and my annual car insurance as a named driver comes to nearly 700, which is quite frankly ridiculous for the kind of car I’m driving. I don’t treat UK roads like a race track because I know better and I have too much to risk. i drive at around 35-40mph on 30 roads without realising and it doesnt make a difference. its alright but if you cant insure anything over a 1.9ltr. I echo the comments here about State Farm; their customer service is incredible! And I get huge discounts by buying policies for multiple lines.
I ended up going with Suncorp’s insurance, Third Party to cover property & theft and it’s just over $120 per month. I am keen to shop around again shortly though to try and get full comp without having an empty wallet (Mainly due to my age). I even learned recently that she cashed college funds when I was growing up, so even if I wanted to go to college, I couldn’t. Savings bonds were also cashed.
I explained the only details I had were provided by the traffic police officer who attended the scene, and to give credit did a brilliant job of sorting things out for me. He was a good cop without doubt and a biker in his free time. I fear that some nasty person I may have had a run in with in the past will do one of those anonymous DWP reports and although I’m entitled as I say, it would make life difficult and stressful for a while. I fear this because at every turn this Government who SAY they care – Are trying to do me in – Because they say I am unsustainable and in my words that means I am worthless.
I feel it for those working in low paid jobs, many pensioners who struggle, the unemployed and anyone who is disadvantaged and vulnerable. I feel lucky to have found an agent willing to provide this level of service. No need to look anywhere else! I feel strongly that if it is forbidden to carry (let alone use!) sleeping facilities, inflammable liquids or cooking equipment in a Motability vehicle then they need to inform users ASAP as a great many will be technically breaking their lease without realising it.
I feel that it is unfair for REGUS to charge for an extra service beyond June 2010( contract termination date) when we do not want it. I figured out a creative way to cut back on the commute with biking and drop my son off at his bus stop. He gets on the bus at 6:45 AM to go to middle school (his school is about 15 miles away). The bus stop is downtown, a few blocks from my office. Our house is 2 miles away.
I filed for police report, but the police report was silent on whose fault it was. The other party did not accompany me to file police report. I filled in all my details and my husband’s, including NI numbers, date of birth, etc, and at the end, they asked 49 per card! It’s a good thing I remembered that last time I applied it was free, so looked on the Internet again and saw the NHS website.
I filled out the form and the person who owns the site got back to me within 2 days with a quote difference of ?1300 which i saved!!! I finally got my license about four years ago and it was more than that for lessons, tests went up and it became a graduated license so I had to pay for more tests than if I’d done it when I was 16. It helped I had a friend who also was getting her license at that time and her fiancé was willing to let both of us practice in his car.
I finally took lessons when I was 30. Since then I’ve absolutely loved driving. Sometimes I just go out and drive, with no destination in mind. I find it really disappointing. I’m 28 years old and male. I know pay 1/6 of what I initially paid for my first years car insurance. I had no issues with paying the higher fee even though it broke me financially.
I find people are afraid to challenge their regular expenses. They don’t realize they’re just as negotiable as the kitschy souvenirs they pick up on vacation. I find that prosecuting the named driver, the claimant, and the owner (this shady charity) sends a strong message. Give the named driver plenty of penalty points, you will find that they get the message in a flash.