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Discussion in 'Feedback, Suggestions' started by ZakRJ, Dec 12, 2017.

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  1. ZakRJ

    ZakRJ New Member

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    Hi, I have my driving test booked for the 18th of Dec and all going well should pass. I have a 1969 series 2a 109 with a 200tdi in it and am struggling to find an insurance company to insure me! Is it a complete no go because of the physical size/engine capacity? If someone could give me some advice or any help at all really that'd be great! Thanks.
     
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    Sofasurfer Active Member

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    It's not just the engine size, your age, new driver, type of vehicle, location all count against you. If you manage to get a quote it will be thousands. Try putting an old git with max no claims on the policy as a named driver. Not the other way round!
     
  3. Adrian Flux

    Adrian Flux Active Member Forum Sponsor

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    Hi Zak,
    Have you tried us at all? It's possible that we can offer cover in this instance. The best thing to do is ring us on the Landyzone dedicated number 0800 121 7431 and one of our quotations clerks will talk you through the options available.

    Kind Regards,

    Dan
     
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    TheQ Well-Known Member

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    The other possible way is to use one of those companies that use trackers to show you don't drive like an idiot.
     
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    Magicgrotto Well-Known Member

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    And HOW the F00000k's he gunna do that in a series 2 ?? owt over 30mph and the door tops will bi draggin on the floor :eek::eek::eek:;):p
     
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    TheQ Well-Known Member

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    Yep, the insurance companies will be wonderfully impressed that he doesn't speed around the place...
     
  7. goonarmy

    goonarmy Annoyed by new forum LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Cos of your age. End of. All yet mates will be in the same boat and we've all been there done it.
    Finally, this isn't feedback or suggestions.
     
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