Car: 2006 Chrysler 300C CRD Touring in Mineral Grey
Join Date: Aug 2006
Member Number: 7282
Location: Surrey, England
Thanked 120 Times in 110 Posts
£325 from More Th>n, (August). It can be difficult to make comparisons with other drivers as there are so many variables; eg postcode, business use, XS. My policy is for social, domestic and pleasure, with an XS of £350. However, what counts against me is my age (74); some insurers refuse to quote because of this. My daughter is on the policy (wife doesn't drive) and this provides a useful discount.
Just got my insurance renewal through.
48 year old male, full licence for about a million years, no accidents or convictions.
3.0CRD, Fully Comp, Full No Claims- £350 with LV.
Can anyone top this, and if so, who with ?
Did mine with LV last April. They seem to be very competetive with 300c's They came up with the best quote same age as you max NCB £358 for Group 20 SRT8 But they wouldnt insure me on er indoors Focus ST unless we have a tracker fitted. So had to go with Esure (the cheapest on the Focus) and no tracker. Well i was at it i asked Esure for a quote on the SRT8 answer?? we dont insure them sir!! Weird lot these insurance companys.
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