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  2. Southy

    NFU

    I use Locktons - they will pay for you to join PCGB and my premium is the same as last year £315 - http://locktonperformance.com/our-cover/porsche.html The key benefits of Porsche insurance through our PCGB Scheme policy are: A fast and fair claims service. You choose the repairer. No arguments about the value of your Porsche after a claim. You can keep the salvage if your Porsche is written-off. Five named drivers. You can use your Porsche for Track Days and Rallies. Your Porsche is insured for driving in the EU. Complete UK & EU breakdown cover. We'll look after everything if your keys are stolen.
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  4. Sazzy

    NFU

    Their number is 0808 302 2849
  5. Freeman

    NFU

    It is time to renew my insurance and I have started to shop around using recommendations on this forum and other. I am trying to find the contact details for NFU but all I get are the details of Aviva (who wants compulsory £500 access). Can someone please give me the contact details? Thanks
  6. Thanks for the heads up on this as have done a a few SAC’s and proud of my clean licence. Guess this is going to go the same way as the other stuff where they store the data online. I was involved in an accident in 2014 I think where another vehicle drove around the outside and across the front me when leaving a rounderbout. Since I was driving a van I didn’t see them coming so was quite miffed to dent my lucky history. Insurance company went 50/50 so I claimed for the damage as well. Turned out the insurance accessor worked out they jumped a red light. Otherwise they wouldn’t have been there. So ticked the no fault accident box or similar on confused or meerkat. 1st choice (I think) insurance company waited 2 weeks before telling me that it was recorded in the database that they all share that is was my fault. So they charged me an adjustment fee and additional premium which worked out about 30% extra. For cancellation they would have charged 2/3 of the original policy premium. They are a bunch of crooks !
  7. Stuart21UK

    Stunned - in a good way

    I did better than that in 2013 I moved from a £10000 987 2.7 with 245 bhp to a 981S worth near £60000 and 315 bhp and the premium went down £100 odd quid (even after the mid term admin fee) - so they refunded me when I switched car less than 2 months after renewal
  8. thanatoid

    Stunned - in a good way

    OK I'm a preaching the gospel tomorrow, multicar..... :-)
  9. fat haggis

    Stunned - in a good way

    i moved from a 987 to a 981 with a big difference in valuations . . guess how much extra i had to pay my insurance company for the pleasure .. £00.00 extra .
  10. Scubaregs

    Stunned - in a good way

    It will be correct lol, I could not believe it was only costing £48 a year more for a Porsche.
  11. thanatoid

    Stunned - in a good way

    I reckon I'll believe it when I see the paperwork....
  12. Scubaregs

    Stunned - in a good way

    Cost me less than £4 a month to change from the GT86 to the Boxster on my Aviva multi car policy with my mini DD. When I bought the mini and changed to Aviva I was paying less for it and the GT86 than I had been paying more than for the GT86 alone.
  13. Admiral multicar policy with VW Jetta 1.6tdi Bluemotion, BMW 535d M-Sport, the policy renewal date is August 2019 so any additional car runs from nowish till then, so not a full year. Hadn't moved the Boxster onto the multicar yet cos renewal hadn't come around, have ten years protected no claims, added legal claims service, car is kept in a garage and only about 6,000 miles a year. Current insurers sent renewal doc with £489 but over the page that grew to £531 with add on Legal Expenses, this sort of figure is kinda what was expecting. Ten mins on the phone to add third car, had to have him repeat it because first off I thought that was the legal expenses add on.... £81.98 Still shocked, I know it's only till next August, so not a full year... but I mean!!! Stunned :-)
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  15. Well done Patt, can’t keep a good man down for long
  16. Should leave enough beer tokens to attend the Scottish scramble then.😉
  17. Right car stuff first: Just paid it off - I'm kind of in shock as the early settlement saving was considerable ! New job - I'll post that in the lounge section
  18. Glad it worked out ok for you and also, that the new role is all that you want it to be.
  19. Congrats Patt this is excellent news
  20. Good news and the best of luck in your new job.
  21. Delighted to hear things are now looking good for you Patt, hopefully it turns out to be the best thing that could have happened 😁
  22. Just seeing this thread now - and glad it has all worked out for you. Wife took voluntary redundancy once but she had secured a new job before she left. However about 18 month later she was made redundant from that job, and it was really, really hard. Took her about 5 months to get back into work again and each day as I left for work I really felt bad. She's in full time work now, but has a pretty long commute into Belfast each morning which isn't good. At least she's in a Macan! Best wishes with the new job. Onwards and upwards.
  23. I never saw this thread originally, so was very sorry to hear the hear the bad news ... but it sounds as if it's now taken a turn for the better so well done Patt. And it sounds as if you've been able to hold onto Alice too? Great that it's sorted before Christmas.
  24. Great news Patt. It often seems to go this way - it certainly did for me, two redundancies resulted in two changes of job that got better each time and with money in the bank 😎 All the best mate.
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