Insurance

Insurance

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craigw

Original Poster:

12,248 posts

249 months

Wednesday 23rd January 2002
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Hoping someone can help me..I'm about to renew my insurance, I paid the equivalent of 1500 last year, now being quoted 2500 to 3000!!

I very cleverly managed to earn 6 points last year but all the same!

Anyone know anywhere good to try ?

I'm 29 on a 348 GTS, full NCB.

McNab

1,627 posts

241 months

Wednesday 23rd January 2002
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Have you tried Privilege?
www.privilege.com

Maybe useless - there's so much luck in this. Tried a search using 'Ferrari insurance' and there are a couple of UK companies there. Plus there are adverts in all the performance car mags and websites, and right here in PistonHeads! It's worth a thorough shop around even though it may take a great deal of time.

We have my new 996 on a policy covering the entire family (four of us) for about 1,600 but this will be influenced by having our houses and our businesses with the same broker (Willis). Try them too, but don't expect much joy because the whole thing is so standardised. They all look up their little book and conform rigidly. Living in the countryside helps too - almost worth buying a derelict hovel somewhere in the wilds!

Edited by McNab on Wednesday 23 January 19:33

snarl

3 posts

234 months

Thursday 24th January 2002
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I suggest you try Privilege. I'm 30 (just), F355 Spyder, full N.C.B, 3 points and was 1450.

nevpugh308

4,373 posts

236 months

Wednesday 30th January 2002
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Try AON ..... the nearest anyone else came to AON's quote on my 308GTS was double ! Includes track day cover, yadda yadda yadda ....

tvrking

5 posts

234 months

Friday 15th March 2002
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Have you tried Hill House Hammond, i am 28 and have a 348tb and i pay under 1500 a year and have 9points.

craigw

Original Poster:

12,248 posts

249 months

Saturday 16th March 2002
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Cheers guys, i ended up getting it through Royal & Sun alliance for around 1500 through the brokers Nowell & Richards.