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rideti.me



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Location: Reading, UK

PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:20 am    Post subject: Renewed Insurance Reply with quote

D3 BT Touring 2010

12000miles / 1000business
Age 31/12 yrs NCD
Nil points/accidents

Stored in Reading, high risk occupation.

Protected NCD with 300 total excess

430 with Adrian Flux (Trinity Lane)

All of my quotes this year were significantly lower than previous years (except any broker using Equity Redstar who don't seem to have adjusted their underwriting down at all).
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Location: Aberdeenshire

PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 6:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chas wrote:
I got a very nice surprise last week when I went to renew my B10 V8 insurance. I tried Aviva directly through their own website and got 260.

Another year on and gocompare gives me LV at under 200. That's fully comp, protected bonus, and 3k miles per annum. The best Aviva can do is the same as last year Shocked I think it's the first time my insurance is less than the road tax Laughing
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Location: Hayling Island

PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My renewal quote for the B10 from Classicline came through @ 314 so decided to check online:

LV = 196 fully comp
Admiral multi car has come in at 178 fully comp with a 100 excess, protected NCB and up to 5000 miles, I guess that's the advantage of being just the wrong side of 50 and living on Hayling Smile
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164 coupe
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Joined: 22 Apr 2012
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Location: Aberdeen

PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 10:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

164 coupe wrote:
Insurance renewal arrived yesterday from Privilege....
46 years young, 1 other named driver (Mrs 164, 47 years young) , both clean licence, 10+ years NCD. 308.
Had a quick check online and found best price of 183 from.......PRIVILEGE!

Phoned the renewal hotline, and they will match their own quote!!


Exactly the same situation as last year! Renewal from Privilege came in at 318 and on checking with the meerkats, Privilege was the cheapest at 181! A quick phone call, and they matched their own quote again:D
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Charles
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2014 10:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

235 for the renewal with Admiral on the B3S Touring Very Happy

Multicar policy
Protected NCB (18 years)
20k miles pa
No claims, no offences
48yo teacher
Garaged in rural Oxfordshire

In addition, they have quoted me 338 for the Espace.

As for the third car in the fleet, they quoted me 900 for my 17 yo son on a V plate Megane. He passed his test 4 months ago and this part of the policy is now in his name, allowing him to start building up his own NCB and history. Cheapest online quotes for him on a stand-alone policy was 1300 with a black box, rising to a hopeful 19,000 (yes, you read that right!).

Excellent quotes all round, especially for the boy Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

renewal quote of 600 with admiral so got them to match elephant as its part of the same group for 371

04 b3s coupe
fully comp
parked on driveway
12 years gteed ncb
legal expenses
3k miles pa
36 years old
named driver on another policy
sp 30
commute to single place of work
300 combined excess (inc 150 vol)
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 5:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just insured the B3BT

3000 miles per year, comprehensive with protected bonus and legal cover.

Wife and me to drive, no courtesy car, foreign travel or breakdown required.

450 excess

184.74 with Liverpool Victoria amaaaaaazing!

I've ditched Aviva Multicar and saved 140 insuring separately!
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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2015 6:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

iv insured the b10 with Need2Insure this year
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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2016 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Your car: E90 D3 BT
Your age: 21
Location (approx): Hertfordshire
No claims discount: 3
Insured with which company: Elephant
Direct or through broker: Direct
How much is it costing 467
8000 miles

I was surprised it was so cheap!
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

fully comp
sdp and single place of work
can drive another car with third party cover
legal expenses
38
sp 30
gteed ncb
14 years ncb
250xs
3k miles per annum

445gbp
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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 12:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I finally decided to take out agreed value insurance for my E39 '98 B10 3.2 and I did this via Hagerty classic car insurance. Really friendly people to deal with, knew about the Alpina marque, and their system identified my 3.2 model which most others frustratingly do not list. They do not have a no claims bonus system and the quote is obviously based on accident / driving offenses history etc and you have to have a daily driver car as your main vehicle which I have been able to transfer my full no claims bonus to which makes the price even better.

Fully comp.
Age 59 (me of course) and retired.
Garaged (compulsory).
3k miles per annum limit.
Social domestic and pleasure.
Includes 90 days European fully comp cover.
Agreed value 8000 (explained below Smile )

Cost 272.53 with an excess of 250.

This policy also includes RAC breakdown and recovery for the UK and Europe and personal choice of accident repairer if the worst happens.

The reasoning behind the agreed valuation is based on a number of things.
There are four B10 3.2 models currently up for sale and on Ebay, one in a poor state is up for auction looking for up to around 3000. Three others are for sale at garages priced at approx 6000, 8000 & 10,000 based on condition and mileage.
Condition and mileage wise mine fits in well in the middle at 8,000. I am the second owner of my car having owned it now for nearly 15 years. It has covered just over 92k miles, has full service history and the condition is very good. Admittedly a rusty sill repair was carried out last year but there are no further obvious signs of rust elsewhere on the car.

The valuation with Hagerty will not be fully completed until I have supplied them with a variety of good quality photos from all angles including under bonnet and mileage.

One final point, don't suggest I could get much a better car for that money as after nearly 15 years I have got used to the lovely bus sized steering wheel amongst other things on the 3.2 model. Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 03, 2017 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alpina Jim wrote:
I finally decided to take out agreed value insurance for my E39 '98 B10 3.2 and I did this via Hagerty classic car insurance. Really friendly people to deal with, knew about the Alpina marque, and their system identified my 3.2 model which most others frustratingly do not list. They do not have a no claims bonus system and the quote is obviously based on accident / driving offenses history etc and you have to have a daily driver car as your main vehicle which I have been able to transfer my full no claims bonus to which makes the price even better.

Fully comp.
Age 59 (me of course) and retired.
Garaged (compulsory).
3k miles per annum limit.
Social domestic and pleasure.
Includes 90 days European fully comp cover.
Agreed value 8000 (explained below Smile )

Cost 272.53 with an excess of 250.

This policy also includes RAC breakdown and recovery for the UK and Europe and personal choice of accident repairer if the worst happens.

The reasoning behind the agreed valuation is based on a number of things.
There are four B10 3.2 models currently up for sale and on Ebay, one in a poor state is up for auction looking for up to around 3000. Three others are for sale at garages priced at approx 6000, 8000 & 10,000 based on condition and mileage.
Condition and mileage wise mine fits in well in the middle at 8,000. I am the second owner of my car having owned it now for nearly 15 years. It has covered just over 92k miles, has full service history and the condition is very good. Admittedly a rusty sill repair was carried out last year but there are no further obvious signs of rust elsewhere on the car.

The valuation with Hagerty will not be fully completed until I have supplied them with a variety of good quality photos from all angles including under bonnet and mileage.

One final point, don't suggest I could get much a better car for that money as after nearly 15 years I have got used to the lovely bus sized steering wheel amongst other things on the 3.2 model. Laughing


As requested I sent a variety of photos to Hagerty underwriters a few days ago and they have now issued me with a certificate for an agreed valuation of 8000 for my B10.
I have got to say what a friendly and helpful company they have been to deal with.
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'98 B10 3.2 #174 in Alpina Blue owned since 13th Sept 2002.
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