Tommy B said:Bell are awesome, especially for fast cars.
I could get insured (at 18 0 NCB) on a Cooper S, a BMW 328i or an Audi A3 Turbo quattro sport for under £2k. Not that I have that sort of money though All those cars do 0-60 in just about exactly 7 seconds which is **** quick for a young driver.
Basically they are great for insuring younger drivers on fast cars. Not so sure what they're like for slower vehicles.
Sukh said:If your a younger driver and have a smaller car and go to Uni try Endsleigh, they are part owned by the Student Union so you get a discount
That's the same engine capacity, not necessarily the same engine. The 1.4 K-Series in the Rover has 103hp, whereas the 1.4 CVH in the Fiesta has 75!Lalumi said:well i am taking over my bros car which is a 1.4 3DR MG ZR cause i got it on the cheap, works fine ect.. no mods except for factory fitted spoiler ect..
When i try to insure it with Quinn the price is 1995 Pound where as if i done exactly the same and put a 1.4 Fiesta it was only 1100?
strange seeing as both cars are the same engine.
zain said:That's incredibly cheap, as main driver?
Tommy B said:With my parents as second and third drivers, yes. My dad is a GP, that might knock a fair bit off but I'm not sure.
It's also on a Pass Plus license, and my occupation is set to Uni - Living Away. The catch is I'm not allowed to take it to uni with me, so I'd only be able to drive it about 20 weeks a year.