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13 minutes ago, John K said:

I'm pretty sure I've not been on a date night with @rowbos, fairly sure I would have remembered...

That’s the beauty of drugs 😌

You know that pint I bought you...

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On 11/27/2018 at 10:12 PM, rowbos said:

I have got much better quotes now.

Admiral are extracting the urine for an existing  customer.

 

Don't worry, they extract the urine on new customers too. I've had my 107 with LV and my Boxster with A-plan, then  Locktons, but heard so much about multicar I thought I'd give it a try. Admiral came up with £690 which is £200 more than using a specialist for the Boxster. Asked LV for their Multicar and they came back with £480 for both, but mentioned they also do Classic policies so I asked for a quote for just the Boxster and they came back with £144😂, 107 was £244, so I did a comparison search and got £160 from Hastings direct as LV were unwilling to price match as they have in previous years.

I pretty much just want to be legally covered to drive since neither car is worth much, so this is perfect. Still can't believe how cheap the Boxster cover is. Just need to tax it and then it's back on the road😀.

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Just got an excellent multicar deal from Admiral...

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Just had to renew my home insurance with Admiral when they asked about adding my cars on to my home policy to which I responded I thought I had already.

So to my surprise I had not and have just been informed my next renewal quote for the Boxster has come down to £132.92.

The wife's jag was the biggest drop though from £318 down to £188.

The only down side is I now have to insure 3 cars and a house in the same month I have to road tax two cars and MOT them. I think next April I will only road tax the cars for 6 months so I can move that bill to October and stager some of the costs.

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I managed to sort mine through eSure on a renewal. It went up £30 but still cheaper than everyone else. I pay £60 more for my 1994 Honda Civic (which is annoying as worth 10% of the Porsche).

I can stomach the £30 increase as I moved house twice mid policy, and my new property has no history as the postcode has only existed since September. 

Interestingly, I got RAC breakdown cover through my insurer for nearly £90 cheaper too.  (full bells and whistles cover for me and the wife in any car etc). At just £120 through eSure, when RAC directly as a renewing customer (for 3+ years) wanted over £200! Madness. Even they didn’t understand it.

 

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Variance is amazing - I am with Admiral - 5 cars/4 drivers , kids insured on their cars (2) me and mrs insured on all - boxster covered for daily commuting use - no mileage limit - 1250 fully comp the lot - to be honest when renewal comes I just can't be a***d to go through all the cars, usage, milage, no claims (admiral gave us credit for no claims over the 7 year max when we added a little pug 107 to the fleet - charged us 85 for the year !) for maybe 50 quid 

I possibly could beat it - and I might take the boxster out and put it on locktons or similar if I can get "daily driver" at a decent rate  - I might try one day - but for now - it will do.

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On ‎11‎/‎22‎/‎2018 at 10:46 PM, TV8 said:

I renewed my Boxster insurance yesterday but it is my main car, doesn't live in a garage and I am in south London. Breakdown cover was the big difference. Lots of companies in Meerkat land wouldn't offer European cover due to age so renewed with the existing provider. Not sure what the annual is as I do everything monthly - £35

I recon around £420. Here is my working £35 x 12=£420!

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