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    Default Insurance updates for VXR8.

    Anyone got any recommendations please?
    Mine's just gone up 16% this year, for a 2009 LS3 fitted with a Tracker, user retired, 4k mileage limit, including Breakdown insurance.
    No business insurance fiddles kindly - it only makes me cry.

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    i know ppl say dont try comparison website but i used them and isured mods and i was quite happy with the price they gave me although it was current insurer and they quoted me 200 quid more as renewal price (duno how that works lol).

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    Mines due in a fortnight. had renewal of £35 less than last year with Hastings. clean licence, 9yrs ncb. 56yrs old. fully comp with all the extras £425

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    Quote Originally Posted by extra330 View Post
    Mines due in a fortnight. had renewal of £35 less than last year with Hastings. clean licence, 9yrs ncb. 56yrs old. fully comp with all the extras £425
    no offence intended mate but ure quite a bit older than me (nearly double) how come ures is sooo high, cos ive got mods insured im 28 got 8 years no claims fully comp and mines just over £300.its mad how insurers work **** out lol

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    Postcode lottery no other factor really.

    V8, not for everyone but 10/10 for your effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badboyburt View Post
    Postcode lottery no other factor really.
    +1

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    Try Aviva, they are by far the cheapest I have found for years. I pay about £160 comp per year for a corsa vxr, with some mods. As long as you are over 35 and have a squeaky clean record for at least 5 years, they should be competitive.
    Online comparison sites are 3 times what I pay.
    Speed cameras and traffic wardens are a bad idea!

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    I use sky insurance I don't have any complaints though i've never had to claim

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    who is that with mate I'm have quotes off 700 for mine with mods

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    Try Greenlight Insurance - I'm in a E rated postcode, and they dropped mine by £500 over 1st Central.

    https://www.greenlightinsurance.co.uk/

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